Archives for January 2008

California Cows: Not Happy

I’ve been swamped but wanted you to catch this disturbing video of a California slaughter house. In the past I’ve mentioned how sustainable agriculture and humane farming are important, I think Gina over at the Pet Connection did a great job of summarizing points in the post, Misery Meat–I share similar viewpoints, and Gina has some valuable links to recent reports on the issue.

One of the comments included the link to the animated Meatrix which might be easier to view (the series is animated) while still bringing to light just what happens to animals housed in food production. This is part of a series and the above link is to the first video in it.

Warning:Below is the HSUS undercover video. You will most likely be disturbed by this–but it is important to see–and hopefully it motivates you you to push for further change and to become selective in your food choices.

Equinomics–Tax Teleseminar for Equine Businesses

Hello there…wondering where I have been? I am getting ready to move the website and blog over to a new server and platform. As Internet things go, there have been some glitches so I am working on those versus blogging BUT it will be worth it.

You’ll probably have to redo your links but I’ll update you soon.

In the meantime, I thought I would alert you to this equine related teleseminar. It is about taxes for equine businesses but if you are thinking of starting an animal business or are a horse enthusiast, you my find it will be worth your time.

The event is tonight so sign up right away! If you have any problems with the sign-up (I did) contact Patricia and she will get you set up: Go now… The Tax Man Cometh… Is Your Equine Business Ready?