Ready to eat Horse?

Nimrod777

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I got no problem with it, as long as it's worth eating.

And as long as I don't think about the horse galloping across the prairie.
 

waynesworld

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It is about time they allow the slaughtering of horses. This will at least bring the value up on old horses so people have a way to get rid of them without just leaving them at a farm.
 

Kingston

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It is actually very good. More similar to venison than beef from what I remember many, many years ago.
Best friends family[his mom was from Greece] had a horse slaughtering plant in the 60's and early 70's for exporting to Europe and South America and they always had some at their house.
 

rukiddin

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waynesworld said:
It is about time they allow the slaughtering of horses. This will at least bring the value up on old horses so people have a way to get rid of them without just leaving them at a farm.

^^^Agreed. Ride through the mtns of east TN. Seems like every hillbilly with an acre and a hayring has 3-5 malnourished horses standing around eating the equivalent to us eating rice cakes.
 

BMan

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I've eaten horse before - no big deal. Shoot, I've eaten far worse than horse in some 3rd world countries.

In Italy, they have Carne Bovine and Carne Equine shops - Cow Meat and Horse Meat.
 

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