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Complaint Review: Vickie Ives. Karma Farms
Vickie Ives. Karma Farms Misrepresentation, misleading information Marshall Texas
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Aside from the issues this organization has of cruelly breeding and " registering" mutant cats, the owner, Vickie Ives persists in lying about her horses.
Vickie states on her website that there are only 5000 colonial Spanish Horses left in the world, and persists in exaggerating and misrepresenting the rarity and also the origins of this and other derivative breeds of Spanish Colonial horses in America
It is a fact that there are still multitudes of these horses,pasture bred, still true to type after 500 years, all over Mexico, from whence they came to the US in the first place.
She is obviously engaged in her own backyard breeding program and is inventing her own breeds as with the cats. This seems to be a peculiar human trait, to desire to manipulate nature, but Ms. Ives seems to allow her imagination to alter the facts. Caveat Emptor! Buyer beware when dealing with this Karma Farms horse business. At least be aware there is a lot of " myth making " going on with these people.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/06/2013 10:26 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Vickie-Ives-Karma-Farms/internet/Vickie-Ives-Karma-Farms-Misrepresentation-misleading-information-Marshall-Texas-1048739. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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