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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    Waikato in fact.
    Maybe the problem is that they drank Waikato while eating the pig?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GWH View Post
    Wow, be interesting to hear what the findings are of the tox report
    If it is 1080 then I would imagine it will be kept very quiet..
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    Did they eat the brain?
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    Gee you lot would get on well with Mrs Gadget. Always asking the impossible question form someone who has no knowledge in the subject.

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    The dam pig was probably radio active, strdiom 90, all that dust form chinoble , that place in russuer ummm. Any way I hope the poor buggers get better so they came enjoy life in good old N Z.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pointer View Post
    Moonpork strikes again
    @Pointer What the F*** is Moonpork? Never heard of pigs intentionally mooning someone!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smiddy View Post
    I thought it was common practise to freeze wild pork for a period of time to kill any bacteria in the meat?


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    Not something I've herd of ,but interesting enough not many dogs (with exception to Labs) will eat fresh wild pork . Freeze it or cook it they will .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Munsey View Post
    Not something I've herd of ,but interesting enough not many dogs (with exception to Labs) will eat fresh wild pork . Freeze it or cook it they will .
    Smart dogs labs, and if a lab dosen't want it it really must be something to avoid!

    Now would someone tell me what Moonpork is???

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    Quote Originally Posted by doinit View Post
    If it is 1080 then I would imagine it will be kept very quiet..
    You could bet your house on it . . . And win.
    Last edited by Allizdog; 16-11-2017 at 07:57 PM.

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    Not a chance mate.....they would have to eat kgs of it neat to be poisoned.....
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    If it was 1080, then there would have been and there will be more cases . But this one seems to be a first.
    I wonder if they consumed the liver of the pig?
    And yes, in france for exemple, any wild bore meat is kept in the freezer for a few months before consumption to kill some parasite present in the meat I believe.

    I just asked a mate in france, and the parasite is the trichinosis.
    See more here:Trichinosis - Infections - Merck Manuals Consumer Version

    After reading the above article, it does not seems to be that , but it is still interesting to read.
    Last edited by Friwi; 16-11-2017 at 09:27 PM.
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    Gibo.. you been on the porangi waipiro AGAIN.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by 300CALMAN View Post
    Smart dogs labs, and if a lab dosen't want it it really must be something to avoid!

    Now would someone tell me what Moonpork is???
    Morepork, more pork,more pork, now there's ya prob!
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    What would be the effects of eating a TB infected pig?
    Last edited by Allizdog; 16-11-2017 at 09:46 PM.

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