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Old 09-26-2012, 10:17 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Cheap meat (That you don't have to kill yourself, that is) is going to get scarcer and scarcer in the next few years. Hope everybody loves moose, venison and wild pork! (I know I do)
That reminds me, a pork and venison blend sausage is at the top of my list of things to eat. Usually a 50/50 blend, but 60/40 cuts either way are good too. Add jalapeno and cheese in the blend too.

Do you do such things with moose?
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Old 09-26-2012, 10:29 AM   #22 (permalink)
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Old 09-26-2012, 10:50 AM   #23 (permalink)
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Crap! Now I wish I had done 4H. Googling "how to raise and butcher pigs" right now.
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That reminds me, a pork and venison blend sausage is at the top of my list of things to eat. Usually a 50/50 blend, but 60/40 cuts either way are good too. Add jalapeno and cheese in the blend too.

Do you do such things with moose?
Yeah, moose meat is pretty dry and lean right off the animal, so it's best once it's been well-marinated for steaks, or ground up and mixed with some fattier meat to make hamburgers or sausages.

Moose is best left marinated and cut into steaks, or dried into jerky, though. If you want a game animal for hamburger or sausage, caribou is where it's at, they're a bit fattier.
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Get used to it-between rising food demand, worldwide droughts and so forth, pigs-and other meat animals-will become more and more expensive to raise.

Cheap meat (That you don't have to kill yourself, that is) is going to get scarcer and scarcer in the next few years. Hope everybody loves moose, venison and wild pork! (I know I do)
nom nom nom game meats. I personally don't hunt but I love the taste of game meats. I'd gladly pay some buddies of mine that hunt to get me a deer or moose or wild pig and process it for me if meat in stores got too expensive.
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Crap! Now I wish I had done 4H. Googling "how to raise and butcher pigs" right now.
It's really quite easy.

1)Build a pen of some sort, make it strong because the pig will get big
2)Buy a baby pig
3)Feed it something, they aren't picky. My brother raised one on leftover donuts.
4)Kill it yourself or take it to the local slaughterhouse

Or you can do as one of my best friends just did, go to the local 4H auction, buy a fully grown pig (he named his Tasty), and then send it off to the butcher to have it turned into delicious pork products.
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Old 09-26-2012, 02:11 PM   #29 (permalink)
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A few years ago, when I lived in Arkansas, a member of my church had a chicken farm for Tyson. Like most farmers, he had other live stock as well. A bunch of us went over there for a young adult devotional and I noticed he had a pig with a peg-leg.

Now, any animal with a peg leg is kind of odd, so I asked him about it. He said that he had had the pig since it was was a baby and had become part of the family. I told him I understood, but that didn't explain the peg leg.

He said that the previous spring, he was out riding his tractor, doing a farmer thing, and the tractor rolled over on him. Stuck, and at the back of his property, he was afraid he would be there for a long time. Then, the pig came out of nowhere, chewed through the part of his jeans that was stuck and pulled him to safety. Amazed, I told him that still didn't explain the peg-leg.

He went on that to say that about 3 years before I moved up there, his house had caught fire. In the smoke and confusion, he was unable to pull his toddler out of the house, but the pig had actually raced in there and pulled the kid to safety. I was astonished! But, it still didn't explain the peg-leg.

With one hand on my shoulder and a tear in his eye, he explained, you don't eat a pig like that all at once.
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