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THE UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES OF A BAN ON THE HUMANE SLAUGHTER (PROCESSING) OF HORSES IN THE UNITED STATES

THE UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES OF A BAN ON THE HUMANE SLAUGHTER (PROCESSING) OF HORSES IN THE UNITED STATES,James J. Ahern,David P. Anderson,Lance A. Bak

THE UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES OF A BAN ON THE HUMANE SLAUGHTER (PROCESSING) OF HORSES IN THE UNITED STATES   (Citations: 2)
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    • ...En moyenne, 60 000 chevaux (25 000 provenant des États-Unis) sont tués dans les abattoirs canadiens chaque année (10,12) et 11 000 des chevaux des États-Unis (É-.U.) sont envoyés annuellement dans des abattoirs mexicains (2)...
    • ...On average, 60 000 horses (25 000 of US origin) are killed at Canadian slaughterhouses each year (10,12) and 11 000 United States’ (US) horses are sent to Mexican slaughterhouses annually (2)...
    • ...Also, the consequential expense of disposing of horses by methods other than slaughter in an abattoir (12) and the unintentional consequences of a ban would result in overall negative animal welfare from a utilitarian standpoint (5,12)...
    • ...Also, the consequential expense of disposing of horses by methods other than slaughter in an abattoir (12) and the unintentional consequences of a ban would result in overall negative animal welfare from a utilitarian standpoint (5,12)...
    • ...(12) et les conséquences involontaires d’une interdiction se traduiraient par un bien-être animal général négatif d’un point de vue utilitaire (5,12)...
    • ...(12) et les conséquences involontaires d’une interdiction se traduiraient par un bien-être animal général négatif d’un point de vue utilitaire (5,12)...

    Terry L. Whiting. Animal Welfare Bien-être des animaux The United States' prohibition of...

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