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With respect to your question, there are some grazing (bahimatu) livestock (anaam'i) (5:1) which are specifically mentioned for travel and not for food (6:142, 16:8.).
"O ye who believe! Fulfil your obligations. Grazing (Arabic: bahimatu) livestock (Arabic: anaam'i) is made lawful (Arabic: uhillat) to you (for food) except that which is announced to you (herein), game being unlawful when ye are on the pilgrimage. Lo! God ordains that which pleases Him"
"Of the cattle (Arabic: Anaam) are some for burden and some for meat: eat what God has provided for you, and follow not the footsteps of Satan: for he is to you an avowed enemy"
"And (He has created) horses, mules, and donkeys, for you to ride (Arabic: Litarkabuha) and use for show (Arabic: Wazinatan); and He has created (other) things of which ye have no knowledge"
Note that the animals above have been mentioned for travel and show and not as food. It is also interesting to note that the camel is absent from this list (therefore can be eaten).
I have attempted to address the subject of food permissibility in its wider context from a Quranic perspective. Please see below .
I hope that helps.