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His choices are the bullfighting ring, or the slaughterhouse.
What to Buy: Arts and crafts Open daily Originally built in 1831 as a slaughterhouse and food market, Greenwich went through an arts and crafts renaissance in the 1980s.
Before then, most cattle grazed on the range and were brought to slaughterhouses each fall.
In 1869, a New Orleans butchers’ association sued Louisiana when the state government, in order to control pollution, allowed only one company to operate a slaughterhouse within the city and demanded all others be relocated on the outskirts.
There is no approved slaughterhouse in the region, which means that the animals must be trucked to the Hudson Valley, Rhode Island or elsewhere for processing.
In January 2016, a cow ran through busy streets after escaping a halal slaughterhouse in Jamaica, Queens.
While studying for a degree in dance at San Diego State University in the early 1980s, a friend showed her a slaughterhouse video, which awakened her passion for animal rights.
In 2013, activists exposed a slaughterhouse in China that butchered about 600 whale sharks and basking sharks each year.
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