Cream Legbars

Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by jeremy, May 21, 2011.

  1. lonnyandrinda

    lonnyandrinda Crowing

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    Well I have a twin-set of traps we bought at Atwoods (one large one small) but I am hesitant to set them as I have no way as yet to dispose of anything we catch. I guess we could ask a neighbor, they all have guns. Hubby has been lobbying for at least a pellet gun as we know there is a skunk under the house. We are still putting $$ into the old house to get it on the market though so money is tight...
     
  2. ChicKat

    ChicKat Crowing Premium Member

    There is a skunk under our house too...and we thought we just had it sealed this summer! If only there were people who actually ATS racoons...they would know how to process them.

    Wiki answers says they taste like Wild rabbit.
     
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  3. normanack

    normanack Songster

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    Surely there are still people who want the pelts and tails . . . ?
    edited to add: Just guessing. I wouldn't know how to find them, though.
     
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  4. I've actually tried it - it is really good red meat actually. My BF's teen daughter traps them and processes them for meat and pelts. She's pretty dang amazing!
     
  5. lonnyandrinda

    lonnyandrinda Crowing

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    LOL What a hilariously bizarre conversation for a rare chicken thread....
     
  6. I draw the line at eating horse meat and must admit have never even considered eating skunk......
     
  7. jerryse

    jerryse Crowing

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    I have had both. Rabbit is better in my opinion.
     
  8. Grannychick55

    Grannychick55 Chirping

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    I have 4 CCL that are laying really good even in this weather. Their fertility has been great. My best one is one I got from Rinda and she started laying early and often.
     
  9. What color are their eggs?
     

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