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Queensland Government accused of 'blatant failure' to act on horses starved to death

Queensland's Agriculture Department has been accused of a "blatant failure" to uphold animal welfare standards, with no public findings six months after dozens of horses were found starved to death on the Darling Downs.

WARNING: This story contains images some people may find distressing.

In January, up to 35 dead horses, including some ex-racehorses, were found at a property at Charlton, outside Toowoomba.

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Article written by: Elly Bradfield

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