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Dr. Tom R. Lenz

Wrong Dr. Tom R. Lenz?

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Local Address:  DVM , Mississippi , United States
American Association of Equine Practitioners
4075 Iron Works Parkway
Lexington , Kentucky 40511
United States

Company Description: The American Association of Equine Practitioners, headquartered in Lexington, KY, was founded in 1954 as a non-profit organization dedicated to the health and...   more
Background

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • American College of Theriogenologists
  • MU College of Veterinary Medicine
  • University of Missouri
  • University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine
  • DVM
    Colorado State University
  • Lenz DVM
  • M.S.
    Diplomate American College of Theriogenologists
  • master of science
    Texas A&M University
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Equine Welfare Alliance News
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Corey follows Dr. Tom Lenz, former head of American Association of Equine Practitioners, (AAEP).
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Both Corey and Lenz are well aware of the labeling on horse medications; "not intended for use in food animals.
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All the while, Corey and Lenz still blame the closure of the plants instead of those that are causing the overpopulation of horses.
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August, 2002 conversation between Chris Heyde, Society for Animal Protective Legislation and Dr. Tom Lenz, President-elect, American Association of Equine Practitioners re Dr. Lenz's misperception of what will be done with the bodies of horses if slaughter were stopped. (Dallas News 8/24/02)
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The irony is that more horses are now being shipped to Mexico as the result of horse slaughter bans in several U.S. states, said Tom Lenz, a veterinarian, past president of the American Association of Equine Practitioners and chair of the Unwanted Horse Coalition.
"What's going on today is exactly what we predicted," he said.
Horse slaughter isn't banned at the federal level, but bans in Illinois and Texas effectively shut down the last three remaining plants in the U.S. last year. Since then, exports of horses for slaughter have surged, Lenz said.
About 10,900 horses have been sent to Mexico for slaughter so far in 2008, up from about 4,900 at the time last year - more than a twofold increase, according to the USDA Agricultural Marketing Service.
"Nobody is raising horses in this country to be processed. ... These are just discarded horses," said Lenz.
For the answer, we consulted Dr. ...
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For the answer, we consulted Dr. Tom Lenz, past president of the American Association of Equine Practitioners and regular contributor to The American Quarter Horse Journal.
Horse News on Long Island
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"The more educated our industry becomes in regard to unwanted horses and the more effort that we put into it, the more we can do to help our horses," said UHC Chairman, Dr. Tom Lenz.
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"The more educated our industry becomes in regard to unwanted horses and the more effort that we put into it, the more we can do to help our horses," said UHC Chairman, Dr. Tom Lenz.
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Thankfully, breeders are cutting back on foal production because of declining demand, according to Dr. Tom Lenz, immediate past chair of the American Association of Equine Practitioners' Animal Welfare Committee and current chair of the UHC. "We know that we'll never be able to completely eliminate unwanted horse numbers because horses will always age, sustain career-ending injuries, or not meet their owner's expectations. However, we can decrease their numbers through responsible breeding and ownership," he said.
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Other featured speakers will be Gary Carpenter, executive director of the American Quarter Horse Foundation, Cindy Schonholtz, president of the Animal Welfare Council, Dr. Tom Lenz, chairman of the Unwanted Horse Coalition and Dr. Gail Golab, Director, Animal Welfare Division of the American Veterinary Medical Association.
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