Inviting Collaboration and Information Sharing

While all the names disclosed here in our posts will come from publicly announced, previously published sources, we ENCOURAGE READERS TO LEAVE COMMENTS FURTHER IDENTIFYING THESE SLAUGHTER LOVERS AND WILD HORSE HATERS. Let’s share more about the people behind the company names, employees, owners, clients. Let’s get it all out there.

We do not encourage exposing personal information such as address or phone or names of minor children and we certainly do not condone harassment, illegal acts of any kind or any form of unwanted contact. We take no responsibility for copying and distributing previously published facts about the identity of people and businesses that support this Summit and the cruel greedy business of slaughter and the reprehensible extermination of wild horses in the wild.

What we do support is sharing of any details related to the business operations and dealings, partners, etc.. Let’s make it crystal clear exactly which individuals and businesses should feel the loss of our business as a direct result of their support for slaughter and lack of support for wild horses. There is no better way to make a statement than through our purchases, our support and through networking our recommendations about both good and bad businesses.

The more we know, the better we can avoid spending one red cent with these brutal slaughter obsessed “people”. Many of them despise us but would still  like for all of us who advocate for horses to blindly line their pockets for them by patronizing their “day” businesses. They’d like us to buy their horse feed, supplies, tack, fencing, barns, training, clinics, horses, stallion services, insurance, vehicles, homes, construction services, artwork, music, books, poetry, advertising, marketing services, magazines, DVDs, online subscriptions, beef, lamb, dogs, travel services, vacation packages and more.

Some of these Summit supporters have some nice products and services to offer, but there are alternatives offered by humane and ethical businesses that can use our support. We do have a choice and when we KNOW YOU ARE A WILD HORSE HATER or A SLAUGHTER LOVER, well, WE WON’T PATRONIZE YOU. We’re simply not going to help you make a living and we’ll TELL OUR FRIENDS about you too.

When you stand for something as abhorrent as horse slaughter and the destruction of America’s precious living history, the wild horses, you’d better be prepared to buck up under the feedback and the fallout, which includes a direct hit to your sales. Advocates do not support wild horse haters and slaughter lovers, period.

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About Friend to Horses

As horse owners, lovers and advocates, we take a stand against horse slaughter and against the mismanagement of America's Wild Horses & Burros by the BLM, an agency run by horse haters, ranchers and public lands users who want to eliminate wild horses in the wild. It's clear there are evil greedy people who want to kill horses in order to line their pockets with blood money and it's clear that our own government fails to see the national treasure we have in free roaming wild horses. We stand against these people and their actions against our horses, domestic and wild. This blog has been set up specifically to help others determine who these horse haters are so they can boycott them and be aware of their evil intentions through publication of their identity here. Anyone who has publicly confirmed support for horse slaughter or the elimination of America's wild horses is fair game - they may very well be promoted in all their evil ugliness right here for all the world to see.
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One Response to Inviting Collaboration and Information Sharing

  1. Suzanne Moore says:

    Great blog! I just found it. I agree with you 200%. I lived in Dallas, TX when Beltex was in Ft. Worth and Dallas Crown was in Kaufman. Horse theft was epidemic. NO horse was safe. It was a nightmare.

    If people have never lived in the area around horse slaughter plants, they DO NOT know what they’re talking about – period!

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