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Lowell Friday since has had land permit for horses denied.
My vote would be to stand up to this guy and also fight his lawsuit, if and when it comes to show other people like him that its not OK to treat animals that way. It's expensive to own horses and always has been so if you can't or won't spend money to feed them, keep them healthy and take care of their feet then its time to move on to gold fish for people like him who waste everyone's time whining about their rights rather than properly taking care of their own business.
So according to the defense's logic, the gain of several hundred pounds when removed from the defendants care should not be considered evidence enough. Rather, the horses should NOT have been fed and treated until defendant's vet could examine them or they died, whichever came first. This logic stands the words "humane treatment" on their heads.
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