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Yes. Rendering plants take waste fat and bone from grocery stores, scraps from restaurants, and dead animals. They cook the meat and fat products together and grind it up. It's becomes animal feed and soap, lubricants, and glue that's used to glue furniture.

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Many years ago, when horses were not able to work, they were 'rendered' and some parts like hooves and ligaments went into a boiling process to make glue. This is still done in a very limited way so some furniture restorers can use appropriate glue for old pieces of furniture.

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LOL no. Glue is made from horses, not the other way around.

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I think you mean is glue made from horse hooves. It used to be but I think there are better ways to make adhesives now.

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Yes sadly it does but way back when they used horses more often to make glue then now a days.

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No. Animal hooves have not been used for adhesives for quite some time now. There are superior products that don't involve killing an animal, making them more politically correct.

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No WAY! Horses can now be made into DOG FOOD :'(

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What brands of soap uses horses?

None. Horses are no longer used to make soap or glue. There are many non-animal ingredients that are much more superior and humane than the old fashioned knacker's yard.


Who old were you when you started riding?

I was about 8 when I started riding horses and am still hooked.


Can 20 years old horses still be riden?

Yes they can. Horses can be ridden until any age aslong as they are fit and healthy and in good condition, although some horses start to lack stamina and energy as they get older. Horses and ponies over 20 would need lighter work than say a 10 year old.


How are horses recycled?

Its sad but most horses that are unwanted are killed and turned into glue. Their tail and mane hair are used for strings on violins. Some horses that are family pets, thankfully, usually die of old age. The family, or sometimes the vet, will bury them. Actually, they aren't turned into glue. That is the fatty waste. They are killed for the meat, which is considered a delicacy and is expensive in many counties. Also, the mane and tail hairs are used for the bow, not the strings. The strings are metal or nylon. The bow is used on violins, violas, cellos, and basses. I'm in orchestra, i should know. Horses don't have to be dead to get the hair. The hair will get loose sometimes, just like human hair. It pulls out easily, too.


Why do thoroughbred horses have the same birthday?

The Jockey Club gives all Thoroughbreds in the northern Hemisphere the birthday of January first and in the southern hemisphere the birthday of September first of their birth year to make it easier to sort the horses into races. They still have their actual birthdays written onto their registration records but they just use a general birthday to make things easier.

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What is the meaning of the idiom 'sent to the glue factory'?

Basically it means something that's no longer any use. In past times, old horses (nags) were slaughtered, and their carcases sent to the glue factory, as that's all they were deemed good for.


What is the meaning of the idiom 'sent to the glue factory?

Old horses are often slaughtered when they are no longer useful. Glue factories use parts like horse hoofs to make glue. So this phrase came to mean that someone was no longer useful and was gotten rid of.


What brands of soap uses horses?

None. Horses are no longer used to make soap or glue. There are many non-animal ingredients that are much more superior and humane than the old fashioned knacker's yard.


What roles did horses play in civilization back then?

Whatever tasks they were trained to do, from pulling carts, carrying riders to performing in circuses.


What are the uses of horses is the old times?

carring coal in mines, ploughing etc. but some horses still plough now


Who old were you when you started riding?

I was about 8 when I started riding horses and am still hooked.


What mixture did they use in the old days to make the logs stick together?

Animal glue.


How long is the glue stick?

avery permanent glue stick is 4 1/2 cementers


How do you get the glue off of a sun visor?

you have to put more glue on it, it will glue itself to the old glue, and be easier to remove


When will James retire?

She had the opportunity to retire and raise horses, but her singing career did not make as much revenue as she had hoped. By 2017, age 38, with a 3 year old son, she is still Wrestling.


Are there Arabian horses in Arabia?

Yes, Arabian horses are still maintained and bred in Arabia. Just like in old times, very close lineal records are kept and there is a high emphasis on placed on purity of their horses.


When will Mickie James retire?

She had the opportunity to retire and raise horses, but her singing career did not make as much revenue as she had hoped. By 2017, age 38, with a 3 year old son, she is still wrestling.