Three people spoke about horse-abandonment issues Wednesday before the state legislative Subcommittee on Horse Farming. From left to right are E.S. “Rusty” Ford, equine programs manager for the state Department of Agriculture; Dr. Robert Stout, state veterinarian; and Mercer County Attorney Ted Dean, who prosecuted a recent case of horse abandonment.
Three people spoke about horse-abandonment issues Wednesday before the state legislative Subcommittee on Horse Farming. From left to right are E.S. “Rusty” Ford, equine programs manager for the state Department of Agriculture; Dr. Robert Stout, state veterinarian; and Mercer County Attorney Ted Dean, who prosecuted a recent case of horse abandonment. Greg Kocher gkocher1@herald-leader.com
Three people spoke about horse-abandonment issues Wednesday before the state legislative Subcommittee on Horse Farming. From left to right are E.S. “Rusty” Ford, equine programs manager for the state Department of Agriculture; Dr. Robert Stout, state veterinarian; and Mercer County Attorney Ted Dean, who prosecuted a recent case of horse abandonment. Greg Kocher gkocher1@herald-leader.com

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