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Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Rodeo Cruelty - the truth behind the myth

Although the Rodeo associations claim very few animals are injured and killed in rodeos, SHARK's Steve Hindi has a different opinion and the evidence to back it up. This candid conversation deals with the animal abuse in Rodeo and also touches on their mighty sponsors and more.


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  1. Agreed, Many rodeo producers look the other way for this kind of abuse, but to use the all encompassing use of Rodeo as in all rodeo's I think is a little too broad. Definitely going to listen to the whole interview. I've been to rodeos and I have seen some animals do some crazy things, and some people kill themselves to protect those animals during the rodeo.

    ^_^ Always a great time and something interesting on your show for everyone. Thanks Thomas for all your hard work.

  2. I learned a lot. Good points made here. Yeah, a bit bad on Rodeo. My eyes were opened a bit. Going to take some time to make any decisions on how to think about Rodeo, but yeah, I can see how Rodeo is torment for the animals.

    Kind of like horse racing, and dog racing and other animal sports. But, I'm not a vegan, so I fully expect to eat a rodeo bull past his prime, or horse.

    Your show always gives me a lot to think about.