What Do They Do with Horses at the Glue Factory?

Answer

Horses have been colloquially said to that they have been sent to 'the glue factory' once they have died. However, animal glue is common among all types of animals. The glue is produced by boiling down the connective tissues of dead animals. The hydrolysis of the tissues produce a bond to the surface of the glued object.
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