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Letterbox: November 2016

Editor’s note: In July 2016, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) proposed changes to the Horse Protection Act (HPA). The intended purpose of these proposals was to combat soring. Previous attempts to address soring through legislation have stalled in Congress. The USDA would bypass the legislative process by instituting these changes. To read these changes, visit americanfarriers.com/usda.
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Congressional Members Urge Action From USDA

Letter calls for final rule to apply only to 3 breeds associated with soring
As the public comment period for the proposed amendments to the Horse Protection Act came to an end last week, nearly 200 influential people banded together to urge action from the United States Department of Agriculture.
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AAPF/IAPF And American Horse Council Announce Stances On Horse Protection Changes

The American and International Associations of Professional Farriers and the American Horse Council publicly announced their stances on the proposed amendments to the Horse Protection Act by the United States Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service.
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