Here is more information on the infamous Three Angels Farm as well as three articles, one that indicates he is allegedly operating again under a new name...
A total of 5 complaints have been filed for USDA transport violations. If prosecuted, the violations would bring huge fines but to date, no one has been charged.
NEW JERSEY ALERT
Apparently, the articles that stated Governor Christie signed the bill banning horse slaughter [that prompted our email stating the same] were incorrect. The governor has not signed the bill and now, the Farm Bureau is asking the governor not to sign because of an amendment that was tacked on regarding horse transport.
This is the message issued by the New Jersey Farm Bureau. We encourage calls to the governor's office to sign the bill without delay 609.292.6000.
Horse owners who have any reason to transport their horses on New Jersey roadways are within a stroke of Governor Christie's pen of being susceptible to an SPCA officer's random inspection of you and your horse trailer. Why? Because HSUS asked for and received a spur-of-the-moment amendment in the Assembly Agriculture Committee just before the ban on horse slaughter bill final vote was taken. Despite our requests with sponsor Asm. Ronnie Dancer subsequently, the amendment remains in the bill and we think will expose you and anyone transporting horses to the unwarranted highway stops of SPCA officers.
That the bill's purpose of banning horse slaughter is superfluous when New Jersey has no such facility available is now beside the point. That the human standards rules of the Department of Agriculture that address horse transport are being trampled upon is also being missed. This bill is a huge step backward for livestock agriculture in New Jersey and ought to prompt your immediate reaction.