Jan. 11 discussion centers on additional horses
U.S. Horse Industry Businesses Brace for Imminent Invasion
(PRLEAP.COM) The United States equine industry is bracing itself for an invasion – of horses, of all things. 75,000 horses are a lot to dump on the Equine Industry, but it’s happening in 2006. Patricia Reszetylo, of EquineTeleseminar.net, is holding a panel discussion on January 11, 2006, to discuss what business owners can expect to happen in the industry.
“People want to know what to expect,” says Patricia. “It’s a very touchy topic, with few means of discussion. I’ve had people tell me that when they broached the subject in discussion forums online, they were yelled at, and told to stop starting fights. All they want is information.”
“The discussion on January 11, 2006, won’t be about if the legislation is a “good” thing or a “bad” thing,” says Patricia. “It will be about how it will affect our industry, and what people need to plan for, what they need to do in their businesses to prepare for it.” Patricia goes on to say that she feels education is in order: “Consumers need more education about what goes into caring for a horse, before they get one; business owners need education about how to manage their horse business more efficiently; how to become more competitive in their current market, as well as how to find new markets for their horses, and the after-market equine industries need more encouragement and development.”
“If we did those things, the horse slaughter industry would probably not even exist.”
---For more info, contact: Patricia L. Reszetylo, Patricia@EquineTeleseminar.net,
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