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Old 11-15-2019, 11:46 PM   #1
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I think I have enough lol

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Old 11-16-2019, 12:45 AM   #2
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A man can never have enough meat. I wish I had gotten it together and bought a new scope for my deer rifle that has a bad scope. I might just have to go buy a scope this weekend before I forget again. Then I will be ready for next year.

Now if you complain about too much meat again, just send some my way.

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A man can never have enough meat. I wish I had gotten it together and bought a new scope for my deer rifle that has a bad scope. I might just have to go buy a scope this weekend before I forget again. Then I will be ready for next year.

Now if you complain about too much meat again, just send some my way.

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Gotta be ready brother! Use the bow if the scope isn't sighted in. My go to and back up!

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Wow, very nice. I find a lot of satisfaction in having a freezer full of meat and a fully stocked woodshed.
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lets have some recipes...dont hold back....I like making venison jerky...I use a crossbow now till my shoulder gets back to 100%, and now is rifle season...
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lets have some recipes...dont hold back....I like making venison jerky...I use a crossbow now till my shoulder gets back to 100%, and now is rifle season...
Man I will have to get some from my wife. She does 95% of all the cooking. The sausages I had a buddy grind them out for me. With the cost of meat these days, it makes perfect sense to hunt. Don't get me started on organic ****.....

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Man I will have to get some from my wife. She does 95% of all the cooking. The sausages I had a buddy grind them out for me. With the cost of meat these days, it makes perfect sense to hunt. Don't get me started on organic ****.....

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no such thing as true organic food anymore, once it went main stream the big companies changed the meaning of organic....
I have a friend upstate that raises black angus beefers, no hormones or antibiotics, they are grass fed with a little grain and taste great, blows away anything you can get even at a butcher shop, I buy half a cow and after all expenses of butchering and packing it costs just around $5.00 a pound...
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no such thing as true organic food anymore, once it went main stream the big companies changed the meaning of organic....
I have a friend upstate that raises black angus beefers, no hormones or antibiotics, they are grass fed with a little grain and taste great, blows away anything you can get even at a butcher shop, I buy half a cow and after all expenses of butchering and packing it costs just around $5.00 a pound...
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It's amazing how gullible the public is in falling for the organic label, without doing the slightest bit of research. Same with "free range" chicken and "cage free" eggs. I've seen some of those facilities first hand. The definition of free range just means that there has to be a small porch attached to a traditional grow out house, so only a small percentage of the birds have access to it at any one time just because of space issues. The porches are covered and have a base. They can get outside in the air and see the sun if they are one of the lucky few that day, but never feel a rain drop or a blade of grass on their feet, or get to range at all. It is nothing like Old MacDonald's farm that the public imagines.

I'm in no way whining about the so-called horrors of commercial confinement facilities for meat chickens. They are in some ways a necessary evil, but are not nearly as bad today as the animal rights activists would have you believe. The hens that are kept in cages for egg production really are packed into cages so tightly that they have very little room to move, and that is a shame. Same with pigs. I don't care for that at all, so I keep my own hens and raise my own pig every so often.
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