Here's an interesting site

Discussion in 'Pigs' started by Mr. Dot, Apr 13, 2005.

  1. Mr. Dot

    Mr. Dot Well-Known Member

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    I found this today while looking for hog weight tape conversions. If you poke around a little there's a lot of info from butchering to recipes. I've never dealt with them but they talk a good talk.
     
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    tyusclan Well-Known Member

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    Sorry Mr. Dot, but I don't see the link on your post.
     

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    Mr. Dot Well-Known Member

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    Er, um, good point tyusclan. Here:

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    GeorgeK Well-Known Member

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    I disagree with not aging pork, but then I have essentailly feral, free range pigs, more akin to wild boar, than traditional "pork"
     
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    Mr. Dot Well-Known Member

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    That aging thing caught my eye too.
    I'd be tempted to spring for their butchering video if it included a scraping section but I have a notion they cut to the chase with the butchering.
     
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    beeman97 Well-Known Member

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    Mr. dot, i cannot open the link you have posted, it jsut keeps telling me the operation has timed out while attempting to load. I use mozilla for a web browser & thought this may be the problem but it doesn't load with I.E. either.
    any hints to get where your directing us?
    Thanks
    Rick
     
  7. Mr. Dot

    Mr. Dot Well-Known Member

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    Hmmmm...opens for me in Firefox and IE. Maybe there's a hiccup in the pipe somewhere. Here's the url:

    http://www.askthemeatman.com/pork.htm

    There are also sections for beef and deer.