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Thread: 2016 boil-up

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    2016 boil-up

    I'm tired of the neighbors golden retriever digging my heads up from this years roar, yes they were fenced off, but the naughty bitch keeps on keepin on and break and enterin. Its now chewed the nose clean off my ten. CNUT!
    Then my dog goes and rolls in the rotten muck that's scruffed up.yuck! Mid winter hose bath for her in 3 degree weather!
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    Add a bunch of water cress and a few spuds and who knows? It might taste OK. Ha ha ha ha I love boil up but I would let you have a go on that one first.
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    When they are fresh I love the meat off the back of the skull above the neck

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    Have you got a pet stick deer?
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    Yea mate. Made it a couple of weeks ago with the chainy an a couple of purlin screw's.its the Mk 1., so next one will look a bit better maybeName:  IMG_20160626_145204.jpg
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    Might need to open the back up so he can graze the longer grass, bit thin i can see its ribs
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    Ha! Yes, it was made more as a model for the next one of how-not-to-do-it haha, I might keep him a while tho yet, feed im up a bit
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    Another few years and you'll be able to harvest him. Going by his antlers he's going to be a palm tree?
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    Just boiled up my stags head, what do you use to bleach them? and how do you do it?

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    Waterblast to get all remaining stuff off, allow to dry then paint with hydrogen peroxide and allow to dry. You can use bleach but that sometimes leaves a yellow tinge
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    How much hydrogen peroxide would you need and what % do you get?

 

 

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