Rockville MO Horse Slaughter Plant Up...

Rockville MO Horse Slaughter Plant Update: Nothing Doing So Far

There are 15 comments on the River Front Times story from Jul 23, 2012, titled Rockville MO Horse Slaughter Plant Update: Nothing Doing So Far. In it, River Front Times reports that:

In June of this year Sue Wallis, the CEO of Unified Equine, announced that a shuttered cattle processing plant in Rockville, Missouri , would soon be home to her company's first horse slaughterhouse in America.

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Sue Wallis

United States

#1 Jul 24, 2012
You are a disgrace to society for wanting to slaughter horses for meat consumption. You are so unhappy having bacon every morning so now you have to eat horses also. We will ensure the act goes through so that you and your nonchristian money hungry corporation will be run out of business you sadistic (c word since I cannot use profanity on this website.
Mt Grove Witness

Ava, MO

#2 Jul 27, 2012
Sue Wallis wrote:
You are a disgrace to society for wanting to slaughter horses for meat consumption. You are so unhappy having bacon every morning so now you have to eat horses also. We will ensure the act goes through so that you and your nonchristian money hungry corporation will be run out of business you sadistic (c word since I cannot use profanity on this website.

***The people in Mt Grove ran these idiots out of town after it was discovered that when they were in Texas the sewer system there was "backing up with the blood that was resleased from the business and this was backing up into peoples toilets from the towns sewer system." Also "large piles of horse heads and bones" were visible on the property.. This just goes to show how much this would cost the taxpayers in the longrun to revamp your sewer system..! You would have to be crazy to want to deal with these jerks... Look up the Topix forum in Mt Grove,READ it all; you will see why they ran them out of there, watch for them to try elsewhere in our State and forward this info...! Good Luck we sure dont want or need them anywhere in our State!
McTrigger

Lees Summit, MO

#3 Aug 5, 2012
Mt Grove Witness wrote:
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***The people in Mt Grove ran these idiots out of town after it was discovered that when they were in Texas the sewer system there was "backing up with the blood that was resleased from the business and this was backing up into peoples toilets from the towns sewer system." Also "large piles of horse heads and bones" were visible on the property.. This just goes to show how much this would cost the taxpayers in the longrun to revamp your sewer system..! You would have to be crazy to want to deal with these jerks... Look up the Topix forum in Mt Grove,READ it all; you will see why they ran them out of there, watch for them to try elsewhere in our State and forward this info...! Good Luck we sure dont want or need them anywhere in our State!
Are you trying to be funny or are you really that stupid??????
yoder 33

Garden City, MO

#4 Aug 19, 2012
We as horse people need this slaughter plant to get rid of the skinny crippled unwanted horses. Face it horses are just livestock like cattle. If they(sue wallis) only wants fat horses,I will buy some skinnies and put them on some free ground I have in order to fatten them up. Good luck to Unified Equine.
Tawny Zellmer

United States

#6 Sep 5, 2012
Ok, so we all know we will either have to accept the slaughter plants or apply more regualtions on them, if we have to accept them, I as a long time breeder and trainer of quarter horses, would like to see a vetrinarian there at every site that is legal, not political, to personally inspect each horse that goes through for slaughter and evaluate if that animal needs to be slaughtered either because it is suffering in some manner or is too old to do anything with it anymore,we live in Montana and I know personally know at least two individuals that have over 150 head of horses and still breeding them every year, not one of them is even halter broke, they do not care what they are breeding and are waiting patiently for these slaughter houses to open so they can haul as many as they can to slaughter, even the weanlings,someone should be at these plants when they arrive, inspect them all and send them back home with them to make them sellable, this is one process that would stop people from just breeding meat as a hobby, I hope someone actually reads this and pays attention because this is one of the biggest problems in slaughter house production, people who do not care how many they breed because they are looking at price per pound not what the horse might be good for, any healthy usable horse should be turned away from the slaughter plants, this would definately send a message.
wondering

Dexter, MO

#7 Sep 5, 2012
Tawny Zellmer wrote:
Ok, so we all know we will either have to accept the slaughter plants or apply more regualtions on them, if we have to accept them, I as a long time breeder and trainer of quarter horses, would like to see a vetrinarian there at every site that is legal, not political, to personally inspect each horse that goes through for slaughter and evaluate if that animal needs to be slaughtered either because it is suffering in some manner or is too old to do anything with it anymore,we live in Montana and I know personally know at least two individuals that have over 150 head of horses and still breeding them every year, not one of them is even halter broke, they do not care what they are breeding and are waiting patiently for these slaughter houses to open so they can haul as many as they can to slaughter, even the weanlings,someone should be at these plants when they arrive, inspect them all and send them back home with them to make them sellable, this is one process that would stop people from just breeding meat as a hobby, I hope someone actually reads this and pays attention because this is one of the biggest problems in slaughter house production, people who do not care how many they breed because they are looking at price per pound not what the horse might be good for, any healthy usable horse should be turned away from the slaughter plants, this would definately send a message.
Then build it on your ranch in Montana because 80% of Missourians don't want it! it isn't going to happen here!!
Lee

Crossville, IL

#8 Dec 7, 2012
yoder 33 wrote:
We as horse people need this slaughter plant to get rid of the skinny crippled unwanted horses. Face it horses are just livestock like cattle. If they(sue wallis) only wants fat horses,I will buy some skinnies and put them on some free ground I have in order to fatten them up. Good luck to Unified Equine.
We own four horses and as a horse owner YOU do NOT speak for us. Horse slaughter is merely a reward for criminals and irresponsible people who breed and breed without any regulations..
IF you see a skinny horse turn them into authorities Abuse and Neglect is against the LAW...
HEADS UP

Morristown, TN

#9 Dec 8, 2012
yoder 33 wrote:
We as horse people need this slaughter plant to get rid of the skinny crippled unwanted horses. Face it horses are just livestock like cattle. If they(sue wallis) only wants fat horses,I will buy some skinnies and put them on some free ground I have in order to fatten them up. Good luck to Unified Equine.
Have you ever read the Bible it says your not suppose to eat anything that dont have a split hoof or chew a cud.A Horse dont have a split hoof or chew a cud.So the Bible dont list a Horse as being in the food chain.so you can livestock all you want or you can argue with the Bible.Jesus rode a ass himself but i never read anywhere that he ate one.
HEADS UP

Morristown, TN

#10 Dec 8, 2012
yoder 33 wrote:
We as horse people need this slaughter plant to get rid of the skinny crippled unwanted horses. Face it horses are just livestock like cattle. If they(sue wallis) only wants fat horses,I will buy some skinnies and put them on some free ground I have in order to fatten them up. Good luck to Unified Equine.
So i guess the Bible seperates a Horse from a Cow now dont it.
HEADS UP

Morristown, TN

#11 Dec 8, 2012
yoder 33 wrote:
We as horse people need this slaughter plant to get rid of the skinny crippled unwanted horses. Face it horses are just livestock like cattle. If they(sue wallis) only wants fat horses,I will buy some skinnies and put them on some free ground I have in order to fatten them up. Good luck to Unified Equine.
Help them Lord they know not what they do.
HEADS UP

Morristown, TN

#12 Dec 10, 2012
yoder 33 wrote:
We as horse people need this slaughter plant to get rid of the skinny crippled unwanted horses. Face it horses are just livestock like cattle. If they(sue wallis) only wants fat horses,I will buy some skinnies and put them on some free ground I have in order to fatten them up. Good luck to Unified Equine.
www.ucg.org/booklet/what-does- bible-teach-about-clean-and-un clean-meats/doe...
HEADS UP

Morristown, TN

#13 Dec 10, 2012
yoder 33 wrote:
We as horse people need this slaughter plant to get rid of the skinny crippled unwanted horses. Face it horses are just livestock like cattle. If they(sue wallis) only wants fat horses,I will buy some skinnies and put them on some free ground I have in order to fatten them up. Good luck to Unified Equine.
I will help you Sue.I will help you kill lots of innocent animals so you can get rich from greedy blood money from the blood of innocent animals.Yoder people like you really make me sick.You should visit a Horse Slaughter House or Goggle and watch a video online of the cruelity these Animals have to endure if that dont make you feel different then you need to take a hard look at your soul.
HEADS UP

Morristown, TN

#14 Dec 10, 2012
yoder 33 wrote:
We as horse people need this slaughter plant to get rid of the skinny crippled unwanted horses. Face it horses are just livestock like cattle. If they(sue wallis) only wants fat horses,I will buy some skinnies and put them on some free ground I have in order to fatten them up. Good luck to Unified Equine.
These Animals Breathe air and have feelings just like we do.They trust us to take care of them.Anybody that has ever owned a Horse as a riding companion knows there is a bond between a horse and a human.They were put here for that purpose.People like you act like its okay too just throw them away like a piece of garbage if you decide you dont want them anymore or became too lazy to take care of them.People like you make me worry where this society is headed.How would you like a cruel ending in life just because you became skinny and unwanted.
HEADS UP

Morristown, TN

#15 Dec 10, 2012
Tawny Zellmer wrote:
Ok, so we all know we will either have to accept the slaughter plants or apply more regualtions on them, if we have to accept them, I as a long time breeder and trainer of quarter horses, would like to see a vetrinarian there at every site that is legal, not political, to personally inspect each horse that goes through for slaughter and evaluate if that animal needs to be slaughtered either because it is suffering in some manner or is too old to do anything with it anymore,we live in Montana and I know personally know at least two individuals that have over 150 head of horses and still breeding them every year, not one of them is even halter broke, they do not care what they are breeding and are waiting patiently for these slaughter houses to open so they can haul as many as they can to slaughter, even the weanlings,someone should be at these plants when they arrive, inspect them all and send them back home with them to make them sellable, this is one process that would stop people from just breeding meat as a hobby, I hope someone actually reads this and pays attention because this is one of the biggest problems in slaughter house production, people who do not care how many they breed because they are looking at price per pound not what the horse might be good for, any healthy usable horse should be turned away from the slaughter plants, this would definately send a message.
Who do you think would pay for the inspectors and vets our tax dollars.The answer to this is to deal with these overbreeders they are animal hoarding laws and other laws against this.call the proper authorites and keep bugging them until something is done about it.I know they will because i had a neighbor doing the same.I kept calling the county agent until he finally came out and made the guy cut all of his stallions.
small town

United States

#16 Dec 10, 2012
Lets eat some horset

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