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    DOUBLE STANDARDS AS RSPCA PROSECUTE HORSE TRADER

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    johndeed

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    DOUBLE STANDARDS AS RSPCA PROSECUTE HORSE TRADER

    Post  johndeed on Thu Jan 08, 2009 4:01 pm

    Would you keep a horse in these conditions?

    The RSPCA have.


    AND YET THEY HAVE THE AUDACITY TO PROSECUTE AN AMERSHAM HORSE TRADER FOR DOING THE SAME
    Buildings at NantGwynFaen Farm where animals had been kept with nowhere to lie down or eat except in pure muck! When were they cleaned out or given straw ?





    Note the jagged rusting corrugated iron sheeting used to block the doorways.




    Superintendent Manning of the RSPCA stood next to the unprotected drop when surveyor Mr. Barry Stone was trying to estimate the height of it and said "If it helps I'm 5'5" but if anything fell over here an inch or so either way wouldn't make much difference."



    Front and back view of unprotected drop. Spike harrow (drags) in which horses could catch their feet and break a leg.

    Note string which animals could eat, and wire and muck.

    Just imagine what would happen if a child or a horse ran into this unguarded implement!






    There were cattle there and this was where they came to try and drink. Although no water was there at the time, when it rains and fills up, they would undoubtedly try and drink the filthy water.



    The water supply for the mares at Nantgwynfaen was a muddy trickle at the bottom of a steep slope and very difficult to get at.



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