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post #1 of 35 (permalink) Old 10-19-2012, 12:12 AM Thread Starter
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eating predator meat

does anyone ever eat predator meat like foxes, coyotes, Bobcats, or even raccoons and possums and muskrats? not that a muskrat is a predator. I guess it boils down to do people eat furbearor meat
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Re: eating predator meat

we eat coon.... possun..... muskrat
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Re: eating predator meat

is the muskrat like rabbit or what ?
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post #4 of 35 (permalink) Old 10-19-2012, 12:45 AM
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Re: eating predator meat

Ate coyote and beaver
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Re: eating predator meat

my family owns a good chunk of private property, i have thrown fox, coyote, and coons in a pile and my observations show nothing touches the yotes or fox, not even the crows or ravens. coons on the other hand are gone within a day or two.
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Re: eating predator meat

yuck! i aint eatin nothin that eats garbage or dead animals.

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Re: eating predator meat

Does that mean live animals are okay to eat? Just curious where you draw the line .

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Re: eating predator meat

let me rephrase that. im not eatin any animal that eats garbage, nor will i eat an alive or dead animal that eats other dead or alive animals

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Re: eating predator meat

Mmmnnn coyote tacos
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Re: eating predator meat

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is the muskrat like rabbit or what ?
Muskrats are rodents, just like squirrels and rabbits and probably taste the same. Mink sure like them!

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