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Ontario farmer awarded for preserving breed fears about 25 of her ponies could be auctioned off for slaughter
A farmer from northwestern Ontario is appealing to people online to help save her stock of a rare horse breed from being auctioned off in Manitoba — and potentially sold for slaughter as meat. In a social media post on Thursday, Fort Frances, Ont., farmer Rhonda Snow said she has been forced to sell off 25 of her roughly 50 horses, including several Lac La Croix, or Ojibwe, ponies — a breed so rare, it's estimated there are only a few dozen left in existence.