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Post by GB on 14th January 2011, 2:09 pm

Do any of you pick it up and if so, what kinds tempt you?

Got to wondering that as I was checking a dead doe out the other day. It was a few days dead so the vultures got it so to date all I have ever picked up and eaten was a hen pheasant.

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Post by Guest on 16th January 2011, 7:53 pm

Although we are Vegi I did have a dog for a while over here and he needed some meat to flavour his vegetable stew. chef2 Apart from the occasional coypu and carp we once found a deer in the ditch outside the house that had been run over by a French man the night before. The reason I know it was a French man was because the best two cuts from the hind legs had been neatly removed. Rolling Eyes The dog enjoyed venison stew for a few months!

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Post by Wilhelm Von Rhomboid on 17th January 2011, 5:02 pm

We eat roadkill - pheasant, rabbit, squirrel etc. We don't eat deer any more because, unless you have actually seen it get killed, there is the risk that it has been injured in the collision then euthanased by a vet with lethal injection then left for the council to collect the carcass. It would not do you any good at all to ingest a euthanased animal.
If you have seen it die though, no problem. I once, notoriously in my family, picked up a just killed deer off the road whilst en route to a job interview and it bled copiously all over my shoes and trousers. I did not get the job.

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