Discussion in 'Back to Basics' started by Blackjack, Mar 7, 2006.
it must have, because it didn't have hardly any hair left on it!
Absolutely BEAUTIFUL deterioration!!
What? What did I say? :dunno:
Utterly juvinile and sophmoric...not to mention quite amuseing.
I don`t eat em fellas.I might if I was hungry enough.I love to call em though..I enjoy calling coyotes more than hunting whitetails or feral hogs..
I gotta admit ,these ole porkers with teeth is pretty fun huntin too though...plus they eat pretty good too,
I`ve got lots of pics,I`ll post some now and then
Load 'em up in the album. Link is at the top of the main page, you can set up your own pages.
Will do ghrit.I`ll try to keep em as clean as possible without a lot of blood in them.I don`t want to offend anyone but sometimes they have some blood..can`t get around that..
See the butchering tutorials for an example of what might be done by flagging the content. If you flag them as bloody, no one should get peeved. Also, you can set up a page for clean and messy titled that way. When you add a page or whatever, put a flag or notice in the forum or link it. I think few will go to the album just cruising without knowing something new is there.
By the way, nice pig. And, WELCOME aboard.
Thanks ghrit for the welcome and the tips on the album.I have a Guard drill this weekend but Ill try to get a few up in the evening hours this weekend. Appreciate the comment on the hog too.He is at the taxidermist right now.I can`t wait to get him back and see how he turns out.He was a real warhorse in his day by the look of the scars on him.
Thanks melbo..appreciate it!!
Nobody cares about THAT, man. How did he taste? Flavor rules!!! (But he will add a lot of atmosphere, that is for sure.)
I love total thread degeneration that I had NOTHING to do with!!!
Nicely done , gentlemen.....
Sharing this article. The author include great charts that show each animal & parts, that are great for printing out. As someone mentioned in the...
Stalking deer on a drive today.
In stead of killing game for food why not capture it and raise it .
1, eliminated the need for refrigeration .
2.meat stays fresh till you need...
From an article in the UK -
My dad used to be a chef and had his own vegan restaurant in Breda (a city in the Netherlands). Back then, a girl...
Name off some hard core survival food. Here some of found at Wal-Mart today, meal worms and Sun flower seed
are these fairly easy to keep and butcher? i was thinking my kids would like snacking on the little eggs, and their small size might make them a...
Venison From Field to Table, University of Georgia College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences Cooperative Extension Service
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Venison from Field to Table - Getting the Most Out of Your Deer
Venison From Field to Table, University of...
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Home made sausages from livestock from the homestead or game from the field..
Preserving and curing of meat.
melbo submitted a new resource:
Native Game Recipes - Gamey tasty game? Here's how to fix it properly
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melbo submitted a new resource:
Canning Basics - Wild Game - University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension
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I am, unfortunately, a bit of a city boy. I have spent, however, a good amount of time in the...
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