I just read an article on here about a group of people trying to get horses back on the menu!! I' m 100% against it, but what about everyone else??Answer Question
Answer by genagina at 3:55 PM on Jan. 7, 2011
Answer by SabrinaBean at 3:57 PM on Jan. 7, 2011
THIS IS WHY I WOULDN'T
How are horses slaughtered? Horses are slaughtered by the use of the captive bolt, a four inch retractable nail. The horses are hit repeatedly in the forehead with the captive bolt which is supposed to render the horse unconscious. One hind leg is then shackled and the horse is lifted into the air upside down to have its throat cut and be bled out. Undercover investigations have shown that horses have been hoisted into the hair while still conscious. The terrified horses can smell the blood, can hear the horses in front of them being killed and see other horses hanging in the air. Horses shake violently in the knockbox from fear and try desparately to avoid the captive bolt, scrambling and falling on the blood and urine soaked floor of the knockbox.
Answer by genagina at 4:01 PM on Jan. 7, 2011
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