The company that wants to build a horse processing plant in southwestern Missouri isn't backing its plans off despite protests from many local residents. At an “informational meeting” Monday, United Equine CEO Sue Wallis said while a previous site for the plant has been ruled out, the company is moving forward and hopes to open a slaughter plant in the same area by September.
“Discussion's over. Make all the noise you want. We're going into business,” Wallis said.
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