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    Last Saturday mornings Fallow, not your typical pic

    You looked, what were you expecting? This is Bambi 2.0 dontcha know!
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    Sausages
    Backsteaks
    Rumpsteaks
    Mince
    Heart
    Best of all: BEERSTICKS!
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    Must have been a pretty small animal....? Or have you (or your canine friends) eaten a good sized portion already?

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    that hound is trying to use physic powers to make meat fall off table LOL. our cocker used to do the same thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 257weatherby View Post
    You looked, what were you expecting? This is Bambi 2.0 dontcha know!
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    Sausages
    Backsteaks
    Rumpsteaks
    Mince
    Heart
    Best of all: BEERSTICKS!
    Greetings 257 Weatherby,
    I think I can see some gaps in the container of beer sticks. If it wasn't you or other humans of your household my money is on the hound that is pretending to be asleep. Most envious.
    Grandpamac.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickoli View Post
    Must have been a pretty small animal....? Or have you (or your canine friends) eaten a good sized portion already?
    Young Fallow does not known for being overly large.
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    Good effort there in preping meat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grandpamac View Post
    Greetings 257 Weatherby,
    I think I can see some gaps in the container of beer sticks. If it wasn't you or other humans of your household my money is on the hound that is pretending to be asleep. Most envious.
    Grandpamac.
    There are indeed gaps, couldn't help it...... the hound pretending not to notice, is exactly the one to be watched, one waits for permission, the other waits for you not to be looking!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 257weatherby View Post
    Young Fallow does not known for being overly large.
    .....Still feel like you've eaten the backstraps, tenderloins.....and a few other bits.... (I would be more than happy to be getting that back from my butcher...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trout View Post
    Good effort there in preping meat.
    Have done Red and Tahr beersticks before, but never Fallow, they are nice! one in my gob right now going to have to be firm in my resolve to not eat the lot at once!
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    That's about what you get from a fallow when broken down. I used to laugh when I was butchering and someone would bring a porker-sized pig in to be cut up. A day or 2 later they'd come to pick it up and I'd carry a full apple box out and put it in the boot. They'd stand there waiting for the rest and looked shocked when you told them that was it.... It's amazing how small an animal packs down when cut up; let alone boned out.

    The other goody when they'd want a baconer done and say they want middle bacon, loin chops, 2 shoulder hams, shoulder chops or roasts, leg roasts and 2 hams. You then have to gently remind them that they only brought 1 pig with 4 legs in......

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    well you can fit a yearling red into a decent sized daybag without too much trouble when you break it down....a fallow wont be much bigger,and young fallow are just handbags without straps....even a decent sized red,the front end fits in daybag and back wheels come out in one bit.... I can fit a red hind boned out into 2x 15ltr buckets with room to spare....even a decent sized red will fill both buckets and nearly enough for a third....
    you can fit a sheep in a banana box once broken down...

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    that hound thinks it could fit most of that meat inside itself with no trouble at all...might need to belch n fart a bit,but most of it will fit.
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    That's what it's all about right there, never tried a Fallow beer stick,,like a salami maybe?
    Great lookin pair of mutts there.
    Now I'm hungry....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickoli View Post
    .....Still feel like you've eaten the backstraps, tenderloins.....and a few other bits.... (I would be more than happy to be getting that back from my butcher...)
    Literally took everything except the bones, the hide, the head and the gutbag, you have to with Fallow, the girls don't have a lot to them.
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    Local butcher???

 

 

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