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Old 09-30-2011, 10:36 PM   #11
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Default Wabbits........

We hunted rabbits year round and et every one we killed, the only time I threw away some of those during the time they had large worms in the neck area and it was really infected, Others I just kept the back legs..... Never feed your dogs the entrails from any rabbit or wild kill, They contain tape worms, round and hook worms, liver fluke and God knows what else...If you hunt rabbits and come across some oyster mushrooms at the same time the two go great together in a cast iron pot..........Single shot rifle and a one eyed dog.......

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Old 09-30-2011, 11:00 PM   #12
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Our rabbit season starts tomorrow Oct. 1, but I never kill any until we have had a good frost, and that has not happened as of yet. Just something my dad taught me. Well that`s my .02 cents.
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