New Hampshire Bill Would Promote Study of Laws and Practices Relating to Processing of Meat from “Non-Amenable Species”

New Hampshire Senate Bill 23 would establish a committee to study federal laws regarding meat processing and inspection and best practices for farms looking to process for sale meat from non-amenable species, defined by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to include bison, domestic rabbits, domestic deer, pheasant, quail, and captive raised waterfowl. The bill has been referred to the Senate Commerce Committee.