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[RC] ethics of slaughter - sherman

Anyone, not just Truman, 

What if you buy a horse and it doesn't suit your needs, doesn't provide
any service to you. What if you have found out something about the horse
that was not disclosed to you and did not become apparent for a few
weeks or even months, and that "something" makes the horse not saleable
if you are honest & disclose that information to prospective new owners?
What would you do with it then? Do you feel like you need to be
responsible for it for the remainder of it's life, or take it to the
auction and be done with it?

Just curious, 


My horses are in my responsibility. I have enough land to take care of
the old ones till there time has come and still add new ones so I am
lucky there. If I didn't or if I could not arrange something like MB I
would limit getting anymore. That doesn't mean that I won't make the
right decision when it has to be made. But my horses have done a
valuable service to me and I will see they are taken care of for their



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