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Animal Advocates Radio:”Voices Carry for Animals #167″- White Coat Waste Project- Elizabeth Walker

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**Tune In Thursday** On April 12th, 2018 at 7:00 pm EST**

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Animal Advocates Radio:”Voices Carry for Animals #165″-National Animal Relief and Welfare Association, Inc- Debbie Bailey

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**Tune In Thursday** On March 29, 2018 at 7:00 pm EST**

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Guest will be: Debbie Goodwin Bailey– Founder/Owner/CEO at National Animal Relief and Welfare Association, Inc

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Stephany Seay, Media Coordinator for Buffalo Field Campaign, on the fight to protect the last, genetically pure wild buffalo in Yellowstone National Park (Wild Horse & Burro Radio, Wed., 3/28/18)

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Join us March 27, 2018 at 7:00 pm CST!

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USDA’s APHIS considering privatizing inspections

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Note:  Things were done this way up until about the 1940’s, and it was a disaster.  That’s why they passed federal inspections.  Now, the USDA is thinking about trying this again.

And if USDA APHIS privatizes inspections, what will the USDA inspectors do?  Sit at the office and play checkers?  The USDA should just be hiring more USDA APHIS inspectors.

SOURCEUSDA APHIS

United States Department of Agriculture
Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service

The USDA just concluded public meetings, but written comments may also be sent to james.m.tuck@aphis.usda.gov  or mailed to USDA, APHIS Animal Care, 4700 River Road, Riverdale, MD 20737.  Please indicate the title ‘Third Party Inspections and Certifications’ on all correspondence. 

Use of Third Party Inspection and Certification Program Listening Sessions

Last Modified: Mar 19, 2018

Public Meeting Notice

The Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) is holding four in-person listening sessions to solicit public comment to aid in the development of criteria for recognizing the use of third-party inspection and certification programs as a positive factor when determining APHIS inspection frequencies at facilities licensed or registered under the Animal Welfare Act.  If you are interested in attending one of the listening sessions, please click on the link below to register for a specific location. Please indicate in the comments box if you would like to speak at the listening session.  A virtual listening session will be held by telephone on March 14 for those unable to attend the in-person session.  Details will be sent at a later date for those that registered for that session. See recent publication of the public meeting notice in the Federal Register.

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Animal Advocates Radio:”Voices Carry for Animals #164″- In Defense of Animals-BREAK THE CHAINS CAMPAIGN

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**Tune In Thursday** On March 22, 2018 at 7:00 pm EST**

 

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Guests will be: Tamira Ci Thayne-Founder and 13 year former CEO of Dogs Deserve Better & Jennifer Kanady -Campaign Director of the Federal Break The Chains Campaign with In Defense of Animals

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**Coming Back LIVE On Air 03/22/18- 7:00 pm est..(NEW) Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals” on Blog Talk Radio (WEB)

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Activists: Government plan to kill wild horses is all a profit scheme

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“To destroy them so that oil, gas, livestock, hunting and mining interests can deplete the land without any horses or burros standing in the way is bad for the environment and frankly, un-American.”

Source: Salon.com

Activists: Government plan to kill wild horses is all a profit scheme

Trump’s Interior Secretary has some ugly plans for America’s wild animals

by Matthew Rozsa

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has raised red flags for a number of reasons during his short tenure. He seems to care less about protecting America’s national monuments than allowing them to be exploited by special interest groups and has been caught up in one corruption scandal after another. You would think that it’d be difficult for a man like that to do anything else that could make people who don’t bleed money-green to despise him.

Unfortunately, the lives of 50,000 wild horses and burros are in Zinke’s hands, because Congress is preparing to negotiate appropriations for the Interior Department and whether to allow for the unlimited slaughter of wild horses and burros.

It all stems back to the Wild Free Roaming Horses and Burros Act of 1971 a bill that offered protections to the horses and burros that roam the United States — and, of course, was immediately opposed by special interests in Big Agriculture who were determined to erode its protections. The interests’ first major success in doing so occurred in 2004 after Sen. Conrad Burns, R-Mont., attached a provision to an omnibus bill that removed most of the legal protections established in 1971 and privatized the animals themselves.

That’s where Zinke comes into play. In 2009, the Montana State House introduce a bill to build a horse slaughterhouse in the state at a time the country had been two years without one.

Zinke wanted to bring slaughter back so ranchers and others in the horse business could dispose of their unwanted, unhealthy or inconvenient horses quickly and for a profit,” Susan Wagner of Equine Advocates and Debbie Coffey of Wild Horse Freedom Federation told Salon by email.The [Montana] bill did not pass but fast forward to today, and now all these animals are facing extinction. The Interior Department’s budget being slashed by more than $1 billion also doesn’t help.”

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