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Our guest is Susan Wagner, President and co-founder of Equine Advocates. Founded in 1996, Equine Advocates has helped rescue thousands of equine from slaughter, abuse and neglect.
Equine Advocates originated and participated in many televised and print undercover investigations in the U.S. and Canada to expose horse slaughter auctions, horse slaughterhouses, the tragic fate of most camp horses, the abusive treatment of many mules, buggy horses and work horses by some Amish farmers, the miserable lives of PMU mares who are continually impregnated and turned into 4-legged drug machines to produce the drugs, Premarin, PremPro and Premphase, the cruel urban carriage horse trade and other informative reports exposing equine abuse and other forms of exploitation.
In 2004, Equine Advocates opened the Equine Advocates Rescue and Sanctuary on 140 acres in Chatham, NY, now home to 85 equine (with 3 wild horses, including Hayden, who was rounded up by the BLM in Montana). In 2006, they opened the Equine Education Center, where they hold lectures and symposiums on equine care, humane treatment, natural horsemanship and the enforcement of the cruelty laws. They also host the annual American Equine Summit.
This radio show is co-hosted by Debbie Coffey, Vice-President & Director of Wild Horse Affairs at Wild Horse Freedom Federation.
Today we are going to speak with Krista Osborne Thursday 2PM EASTERN
Krista is the executive director for Mercy For Animals Canada, responsible for financial management, government and industry relations, human resources, volunteer coordination, outreach campaigns, and media relations.
Krista has spent over two decades working for large international organizations as a senior human resource strategist, and has more than ten years under her belt as both a business partner in a Toronto law firm and a founding partner of the firm’s specialized employment and human resources practice.
Krista holds several degrees, including a master’s in leadership for which she wrote a thesis on the egregious working conditions of slaughterhouses in the southern United States, and the deep interconnection between human rights and animal rights.
. Krista regularly writes, and speaks on behalf of animals who cannot speak for themselves, including chairing various conferences on animal rights.
Tonight is the kickoff of WILD HORSE & Burrro Radio show, with guest John Holland of Equine Welfare Alliance discussing the latest in the horse slaughter issue.
Wild Horse Wednesdays is co-hosted by Debbie Coffey, Director of Wild Horse Affairs at Wild Horse Freedom Federation and Marti Oakley, PPJ Gazette. We’ll start with a series of radio shows for the next 6 weeks on Wednesday nights, which will feature guests including Ginger Kathrens of The Cloud Foundation, Simone Netherlands of Respect4Horses and R.T. Fitch, President of Wild Horse Freedom Federation.
Today Laura Theodore, the Jazzy Vegetarian welcomes Gene Baur who is president and co-founder of Farm Sanctuary. Gene Baur has been hailed as “the conscience of the food movement” by Time magazine. For 25 years, he has traveled extensively, campaigning to raise awareness about the abuses of industrialized factory farming and our cheap food system. Gene has visited hundreds of farms, stockyards, and slaughterhouses documenting the deplorable conditions that exist. His pictures and videos exposing factory farming cruelties have aired nationally and internationally, educating millions about the plight of modern farm animals. His efforts have been covered by top news organizations, including The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, and The Wall Street Journal. Gene’s book, Farm Sanctuary: Changing Hearts and Minds About Animals and Food, was a national bestseller. Gene holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology from California State University, Northridge, and a master’s degree in agricultural economics from Cornell University. Now available: Laura’s new book, Jazzy Vegetarian Classics: Vegan Twists on American Family Favorites.
This is an open discussion about the closing of equine slaughterhouses in America and the subsequent damage and problems that have arisen in today's horse market. Please feel free to call in and voice your opinion. (646)595-2215. Look forward to hearing from y'all!
ABOUT GENE BAUR Gene Baur has been hailed as “the conscience of the food movement” by Time magazine. Since the mid-1980s, he has traveled extensively, campaigning to raise awareness about the abuses of industrialized factory farming and our system of cheap food production.
A pioneer in the field of undercover investigations, Gene has visited hundreds of farms, stockyards, and slaughterhouses, documenting the deplorable conditions that exist. His pictures and videos exposing factory farming cruelties have aired nationally and internationally, educating millions about the plight of modern farm animals.
Gene has also testified in courts and before local, state, and federal legislative bodies, advocating for better conditions for farm animals. His most important achievements include winning the first-ever cruelty conviction at a U.S. stockyard and introducing the first U.S. laws to prohibit cruel farming confinement methods in Florida, Arizona, and California. His efforts have been covered by top news organizations, including The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, and The Wall Street Journal. In 2008, Gene’s book, Farm Sanctuary: Changing Hearts and Minds About Animals and Food, became a national bestseller. As a guest on The Martha Stewart Show’s first-ever “vegan show,” he inspired viewers to eat in alignment with their values of compassion. Gene began his activist career selling veggie hotdogs out of a VW van at Grateful Dead concerts to fund farm animal rescues. Today, he serves as president of Farm Sanctuary, the nation’s leading farm animal protection organization, with shelters in New York and California.
Gene holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology from California State University, Northridge, and a master’s degree in agricultural economics from Cornell University.
Ruthann Amareifio and Casey J. Carraher are coming to you, out of the center of the universe---Chicago!
Flash Silvermoon, www.flashsilvermoon.com, astrologer, tarot reader, and animal communicator is in 'Salon', discussing the plight of wild horses, that some want to consign to the slaughterhouses. It's not too late----Listen to Flash!
Agrimonmy, and Holly and Joey Baird join us, as we travel from the garden to the bedroom to the salon to the kitchen---All around the house, as we continue to celebrate Mercury Retro!
Angel Nieves is like Andy Sipowicz or Lennie Briscoe. A retired New York Police Department (NYPD) detective who gave 20 years to the job, he is now a Pet Security Consultant .As a police officer he arrested murderers and drug dealers; now he tracks down a different type of bad guy — with the same meticulous care. He’s always either on the phone or on the computer, adding details to the cases... he keeps in a huge file at his home office. However, some of the cases he works on have to be turned over to law enforcement, so Angel gathers as much information as he can and turns it over to his friends in blue.“I used to save people from animals. Now I save animals from people.”Once bitten in the face by a pit bull that needed to be gotten under control at a street fair, Angel only blamed the owner, who should have understood his dog better. The dog should not have been in such a busy place, which made it necessary for Angel to take the dog from the owner to get it under control. He grew a goatee for a while to cover the bite mark on his chin. Today, the scar is a reminder, not of bad animals, but of how easily animals can get into bad situations — and that’s what he is working to prevent.Angel grew up in the notoriously rough Harlem neighborhood of New York City — a Puerto Rican kid in the primarily black projects — where he earned his first degrees in street smarts and self-defense. He spent a lot of time at his grandmother’s house nearby, where she had chickens, roosters, rabbits, dogs and cats. He sometimes stole animals from slaughterhouses and took them to her. He also used to keep pigeons in a coop on the roof of an abandoned building. He spent summers at his family’s farm in Puerto Rico, and though it was quite a change from the city streets, he continued to nurture his dedication to animals there.
Zoo GooRoo is your show for everything animals! From entomology to small animal vet clinics to farms to rescue facilities to African zoos and wildlife, Rose has lived it all. Join Rose today as she speaks with Mercy for Animals' Matt Rice. Matt serves as MFA's Director of Investigations – working closely with undercover investigators to obtain video footage and other evidence of animal abuse at factory farms, hatcheries and slaughterhouses. Tune in at 3 PM in Studio B at ashfordradio.com to listen to Matt talk about his new movie, Farm to Fridge, narrated by James Cromwell. Call in at (323) 679-0877 with your own stories, questions, and advice. Also, listen up for the AnimAstrology, your pets' horoscopes for the month of March, as well as fun ideas for your Pet Places and Moves of the Day!!
We tried an open discussion last week, but apparently some folks didn't read that part and also did NOT listen to the beginning of the segment. I am NOT anti-slaughter, let's make that clear up front, as I did last week. So, since the last segment was turned into the Anti-Slaughter Show, let's hear from the pro folks. I want to hear from trainers, breeders, and horse owners that understand the logistics of the population problem on the ground right now. We all recognize that overbreeding is a problem, no need to beat that "dead horse". The number to call in is (646)595-2215, option 2. If it starts looking the way it did last week, I'll have to limit calls to 1 min. each in order to get to all the callers I can. Keep it civil people, no hate mail, no nasty comments will be tolerated. Reminder to the group that called in last week: Open discussion involves 2 sides, otherwise, it's just a monologue.
Today we have a very special guest /////Farm Sanctuary President and co-founder.
Gene Baur has been hailed as “the conscience of the food movement” by TIME magazine. For 25 years he has traveled extensively, campaigning to raise awareness about the abuses of industrialized factory farming and our cheap food system.??A pioneer in the field of undercover investigations, Gene has visited hundreds of farms, stockyards and slaughterhouses documenting the deplorable conditions that exist.
In their show Radio Pets Keri Davis and her host Frank Ferrante will be interviewing leading experts in a variety of fields where humans and animals work side-by-side. Tune into their weekly show on Friday at 11:00 ET to discover the many ways humans and animals are able to co-create personal healing, break through difficult challenges and help each other expand and grow.
Keri has trained through the Institute of Integrated Sciences, in the HUNA™ program (Humans Understanding Nature and Animals) which is based on the philosophy that all life is connected and cannot be separated.
Frank Ferrante is a Producer and host. Frank has produced Radio shows, TV commercials, and documentaries. Frank has done research and studied animal issues for the past 6 years.
What is Going On with those Elected to Serve the People? Are they Schizophrenic? Are they still drinking their own Kool-Aid or are they just plain NUTZZ? More proof that Congress should be fired. No "horsing around" it is time for GOooh:
S 1867 - National Defense Auth Act makes our Homeland a "Battlefield" and gives the President power to arrest Americans without cause - http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/z?c112:S.1867:
S 1773 Will lead to problems with getting food and diary to market. http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/bdquery/z?d112:s.1773:
S 968 U.S Gov. will have new powers to shut down websites without a court order. http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/bdquery/z?d112:s.968
At the same time, What's for Dinner? American Horse Meat?
"Congress has just greenlit horse slaughterhouses". Horses can now legally be butchered in the U.S. for human consumption. Congress enthusiastically lifted a 5 yr. ban on funding horse meat inspections,which allows slaughterhouses to get up and running as soon as possible. “We want horse meat on everyone’s dinner table for the holidays,” said Tyler Knox, a horse slaughterhouse expert from San Antonio, Texas. ”There’s nothing as tasty as fresh horse meat.”