Rancher seeks permission to slaughter horses for food

04/19/2012 | National Public Radio

New Mexico rancher Rick De Los Santos, owner of Valley Meat, applied for USDA permission to slaughter horses and sell the meat for human consumption in Mexico. While horse meat is common in many parts of the world, it is considered distasteful in the U.S. In November, the U.S. lifted a ban on slaughtering horses for human consumption.

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