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Thread: Unwated meat or freezer clean outs

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    Unwated meat or freezer clean outs

    If you are cleaning out your freezer to make room for this year's hunting, I'll take most freezer burned meat you have to offer. Don't just throw it away. This way, it doesn't go to waste!
    I feed my dogs a prey model raw diet, I'm looking for freezer burned meat or meat that you are just looking to throw out because you'll never eat it or making room for new meat. I'll take any species of non-carnivorous meat; turkey, chicken, duck, goat, fish, sheep, venison, cow, rabbit, pork, etc. Bone in the meat and minced meat are fine. Have weird organs like lung, heart, liver, kidney, etc? I'll take it.
    Things I don't really want include ham, sausage, overly processed, or seasoned meats because the dogs cannot handle the spices.
    So if you are cleaning out a freezer and don't want all the meat to go to waste, here's your way to get around that. We would love to have it. Just send me an email (cassidy_eileen_macdonald@hotmail.com) or text (021-259-5435) with a general idea of what you have and how much (weight), etc. and we can hopefully arrange a time where I could come pick it up.
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    Which part of the country?
    I haven't got anything but will help those that do.

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    what part of the country. I can give you whole fresh pigs. weighing from 200- 500kg
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    Manawatu Area sorry I forgot to add that.

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    buggar im down south

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    500 kilo pigs!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rem 308 View Post
    what part of the country. I can give you whole fresh pigs. weighing from 200- 500kg
    Photos would be cool, especially the 500kg one's. Even a photo of someone carrying a 200kg would be impressive.
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    they are farmed pigs.

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    Looks like a stroppy hua. Probably not a lot of good for the majority of pork smallgoods once they get to that size are they, a bit of an aftertaste.

    We used to get the odd end-of-bloodline sow or stroppy breeding boar in for killing, one had a head over 50Kg off at the end of the neck... Skinned, headed and gutted we couldn't winch the thing off the ground - it was too long! (the bastard).
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