Some temporary good news for horse owners who regularly hit the road: a 90-day waiver has been granted for the agricultural industry to comply with new ELD mandates — giving the horse industry time to either comply or support change in the mandate.
Fueled by dry conditions and Santa Ana winds, rapidly-moving wildfires are burning hundreds of thousands of acres in the greater Los Angeles area as well as new fires breaking out outside of San Diego.
The Department of Transportation’s announced 90-day waiver of pending Electronic Logging Device (ELD) requirements that would affect horse haulers has mobilized the horse and livestock industry to request a delay and closer examination.
Deadly wildfires in California have burned tens of thousands of acres and destroyed thousands of structures, and have claimed human lives and likely many animal lives as well. Here’s how you can help those in need.
Hurricane Irma, now downgraded to a tropical storm, wreaked havoc on Florida on Sunday and continues to plow a path of destruction across the southeast. Horse lovers in Florida, however, refused to surrender.
We’re continuing to track the progress of two key issues at stake for horsemen in the Fiscal Year 2018 Budget bills: here’s the scoop on the latest amendments concerning horse slaughter and wild horses.
As wildfires rage across Oregon and Montana, among other states, thousands are evacuating with horses in tow. We’ve got details on the current state of the fires as well as tips for ensuring your horse’s safety.
The Senate Committee on Appropriations passed its Fiscal Year 2018 Agriculture Bill today, including an amendment that would prohibit funding horse slaughter inspectors — in contrast to last week’s similar bill in the House.
Hundreds of wildfires are raging across British Columbia with a dozen designated as posing a high threat to public safety. Ten thousand people have evacuated, leaving everything behind, including their horses.
The historic Massachusetts track has been scaling back on live racing for years, but with a sale expected to close soon to a development company, it appears that Suffolk Downs’ days are truly numbered.
Nicole Wells is charged with disorderly conduct and wearing a mask or disguise, after her antics in a dinosaur costume caused two commercial carriage horses to spook on Thursday, May 18 and injure the driver.