5 Reasons why you should support the carriage industry

If you live in a city like New York, Montreal, or Charleston, you’ve probably passed the carriages at some point and wondered whether it’s an animal rights issue. If you’re on the fence, here are some points to consider. 1. It keeps horses in good health. Carriage companies are regulated by their jurisdictions to ensure…

A word on animal rights

I’ve thrown around the terms “animal rights” and “animal rights activists” a lot in my former posts, and I think the terms need some discussion. This blog intends to inform those who haven’t had much animal exposure (particularly with farming animals) about animal husbandry and the role of working animals in modern society. I believe…

To be wild and free

“Free the horses!” This is one of many taglines I’ve heard directed at carriage drivers on the job. If the conjecture wasn’t so fleeting, I would ask them: What does it mean to be freed? What would that mean for their well-being and quality of life as domesticated animals? Our ideas of what horses lives…

Our duty to domesticated animals: an introduction to The Husbandrialist

Causes today are like tattoos. Almost everybody has one. They’re not always apparent just by looking at someone but are often revealed after surface conversation. They make us feel good about ourselves. Most importantly, we don’t always do our research before fully committing to one. We latch onto a cause because it seems right by…