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    01-04-2011, 03:24 AM
Green Broke
Okay,so I talked to the lady that told me about it and she also said it was a horse head. She said it wasn't a elk head at all.
Also this guy that lives next door said their is a man that eats horses and his wife told him to shutup...that's the rumor..says he butchers them and sticks them in his freezer but maybe he is trying to scare us but I would be more scared as they have horses next to him
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    01-04-2011, 03:32 AM
Green Broke
It is a real possibility that there is a man that eats horses close to you, after all there is nothing illegal about eating your own horse. Now the connection to the severed head, I doubt. I agree that it was probably form a shipment of carcasses headed to the big cat park or something. Or maybe the man who eats horse butchered it and a dog ran off with the head?

Probabaly nothing cruel or evil or anything.
    01-04-2011, 03:38 AM
Green Broke
So you think there are people in the USA eating horses ?O.O

Maybe it did fall off a truck. Still pretty dang's not everyday you see a horse head laying on the road.
    01-04-2011, 03:43 AM
Green Broke
Yeah I know there are, so what meat is meat and horse is good tasting meat.I used to live down the road from people who ate horses, kept them just like every other livestock animal is kept and killed and butchered them the same way. Nothing cruel or gross, the meat actually tasted really good and rich. Yeah I ate some.

It is not illegal to eat or butcher horse meat in the US you just cannot sell it.

And it is the same as seeing a deer or raccoon or something laying on the side of the road, maybe plus a little shock factor because it is a "pet" type animal.
    01-04-2011, 03:49 AM
Green Broke

You ate a horse?! Whoa..first person to know of eating a horse....
So people can butcher a horse and eat it in america?? What does it taste like? I could never eat a way..unless I was seriously starving.
    01-04-2011, 03:54 AM
Green Broke
I didnt eat the WHOLE horse haha, and It lust looked like red meat, I didnt flinstone it and just grab a freshly dead leg. I tried it both grilled and chicken fried, tasted like a cross between bison, deer, and cow. Nothing weird or anything, they had it in the deep freezer packed in butcher paper just like when you pick meat up at the actual butcher.

They also kept cows and chickens and I think they had a couple of pigs. They had a shed with a few deep freezers in it that they stored the meat and veggies from the garden in, real down home people. The animals were free range and well fed, very well cared for.
    01-04-2011, 04:04 AM
Green Broke

I mean I guess it is just another animal but I think of them as pets and for work. So my eyes are currently like this O.O


Glad you didn't just flinstone it :P
    01-04-2011, 04:06 AM
Green Broke
LOL, yeah it is really just all a matter of thinking. No big deal really.
    01-04-2011, 04:09 AM
Green Broke
So if you saw someone cooking up some horse burgers..would you ask to have one?
    01-04-2011, 05:09 AM
Green Broke
No, I just wanted to try it. Well actually maybe if I were hungry :P

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