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Improving the Economic Crisis
As hard as it is to say, the economic crisis started around the same time the equine slaughter plants closed down. In no way did this create crisis, but a landslide action that caused many industries to plummet. One of these industries is the farming industry. While it is a sad situation to start up again, opening the equine slaughter plants will strengthen many industries and open a few more jobs for people. Supporting our farmers will also give everyone the needed push in this economy.
When the last slaughterhouse was shut down, thousands of, and possibly more, people had lost their jobs. Not only did the slaughterhouse workers loose jobs, but people in horse related industries, and farming industries. Horses have become more numerous without an easy, cheap way, to dispose of the unwanted, unsound, or just plain old, horses. High-end horse breeders have found pricing dropping to next to nothing. It is no longer a shocker to find a high-end horse selling for a mere $100 when the same horse sold for $6500. Racehorses have been finding themselves home…
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