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post #61 of 64 Old 06-24-2010, 07:51 AM
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Originally Posted by Haderheste View Post
@ wertthelert, you could always use your land to feed the horse, and when the time is right (and the grass is low), you could just slaughter the horse - and you'll have exceptional meat!

Enjoy your meal!
I smell a troll. Either that or someone who genuinely comes from a country where eating horses is the norm.

It would NOT be a good idea to eat a horse and let me make it clear why. If a horse is not raised specifically for the purpose of meat, most of the time in it's life it's been give SOME sort of bute, wormer, ect drugs. If you are keeping a horse even for just a lawn mower you NEED to worm anyway.

So with those things going through the system throughout said horse's life, that would not be a safe meal.

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a peacock and chicken do not consume grass. they are not suitable for grass shortening. we possess a machine to shorten the grass. we do not desire to operate it. we believed we had excessive grass for one horse or cow to consume. we were informed that one cow could shorten all grass and require additional nourishment.

we believed that a pet to shorten the grass requires lesser labor than machine operation. because pet is autonomous and machine requires human operation. you have informed us that pet requires greater maintenance. we believe that a pet requires greater labor than machine. we believe the most efficient method for grass shortening is purchasing human labor to operate our machine. we are grateful for your assistance.

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DITD, I smell a troll, as well.
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