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July 11, 2012
President of the Changing Leads Equine Rescue farm Tina Weidmaier leads "Joe Black" at the organization...
Kansas City, UNITED STATES
President of the Changing Leads Equine Rescue farm Weidmaier leads "Joe Black" at the organization just...
President of the Changing Leads Equine Rescue farm Tina Weidmaier leads "Joe Black" at the organization just outside Kansas City, Missouri, July 2, 2012. "Joe Black," now a 2,400 pound draft horse, was left by its owner in a pasture for a year before being brought to the farm 700 pounds underweight. The horse has since regained his weight and is up for adoption. A town in Missouri is trying to be the first of several in the United States to get a new plant to slaughter horses now that Congress has overruled animal rights groups to allow the killing for the first time in five years. U.S. slaughter of horses ended in 2007 when Congress, at the urging of animal rights groups, halted funding to inspect processing plants. The unintended result was thousands of horses abandoned or neglected, and even more enduring hundreds of miles of travel to Mexico and Canada for slaughter. Picture taken July 2, 2012. REUTERS/Dave Kaup (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ANIMALS FOOD)
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