Have the Tentacles of Horse Slaughter Touched the Set of Heartland?

Posted on March 1, 2013 by

After a night of careful deliberation and a rigorous boxing match between each direction of my moral compass, I’ve finally decided to write about this issue.  I’ve written about Alberta a few times before – Canadian slaughterphile and HWAC Chair Bill DesBarres, the Calgary Stampede, and our anti-slaughter billboard have featured predominantly in the past.  DesBarres is also the paid public representative of Claude Bouvry – the owner of Bouvry Exports.  Horse slaughter seems to be almost an entrenched tradition in Alberta, with Bouvry’s two plants and the Stampede setting the tone for institutionalized animal abuse and neglect.

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4 comments

  1. Wonderful read! I’ve added your rss feeds to my Google reader.

  2. Dennis Davey · ·

    Lindabadham, hopefully sooner rather than later.

  3. Linda you are RIGHT ON 🙂

  4. LINDABADHAM · ·

    EVERY ACTION GETS A RE-ACTION. YOU REAP WHAT YOU SOW. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH AND THE GREEDY CRUEL SICK HEARTLESS BASTARDS WHO HAVE HAD THE SLIGHTEST HAND IN THIS VILE BUISNESS WILL SURELY GET THEIRS.

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