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10 years 9 months ago #400053 by igor
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Please keep us posted as to how Ma Turkey goes with the duck eggs. Might be interesting when the ducklings take to the water.

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10 years 9 months ago #400069 by clarry
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Cheers VM, you have put forward some cunning plans :D

For now I'm gonna put the trap away & just bait an area, then hoping the wild cat suffers short term memory lost, try cage again maybe in a weeks time

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10 years 9 months ago #400091 by Vindictivemob
Will do Igor. I was thinking the same thing, but as I was just going to eat the duck eggs anyway, it's worth a go.
Good plan Clarry. Best of luck. Keep us posted.

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10 years 9 months ago #400172 by Leonie
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Thanks VM, I will let ya know how I go. :D

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10 years 8 months ago #402410 by A Nasty Scar
I have eaten many an eel from the Ratea and on the other side of the Mangamukas as well, enjoy [^]

Another way to eat Pukeko that turns out well is to use the breast meat in Asian style recipes, soya sauce is an excellent foil for gamey meat, sliced thin and sitr fried quickly it's delish. Paradise breasts are great the same way too

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