I eat rabbits, their cute.
I have eaten snake (very good) not cute.
I eat frog legs, their ugly.
Alligators are ugly, I’ve eaten them.
Pigs are not cute nor ugly and I eat them.
Cows are not cute, but they taste great.
Deer are beautiful and graceful they taste great.
I image horse would also taste good.
But somehow many see them as an animal we shouldn’t eat.
About eight miles outside of Roswell, N.M., a shuttered cattle farm is getting ready to reopen its doors. Only this time, the Valley Meat Co. won’t be killing cows. It hopes to be the first U.S. farm to start slaughtering horses for human consumption.
Not far behind could be plants in Missouri, Iowa and Oklahoma.