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Re: The Butcher
« Reply #100 on: November 14, 2013, 10:53:53 pm »
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« Reply #101 on: November 15, 2013, 08:15:46 am »

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« Reply #102 on: November 15, 2013, 09:56:03 am »
I plead the 5th.
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« Reply #103 on: November 15, 2013, 12:51:27 pm »
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Re: The Butcher
« Reply #104 on: November 15, 2013, 02:27:16 pm »
Why did the police have to kill the ram? 
That doesn't sound logical.
Is it because they were too lazy to catch it or call the city pound?
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« Reply #105 on: November 16, 2013, 02:42:22 am »
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Why did the police have to kill the ram?

Don't even ask.  It's a liability issue.  It's the land of lawyers here. 

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« Reply #106 on: November 16, 2013, 03:44:26 am »
Where have all the cowboys gone?

Its sad to live in city where the local police working with animal control cant even corral a sheep.

What a waste, it would of sustained me a month, if I didn't already owe a bunch of fines I might of tried to come forward to claim it, luckily the production crew reimbursed me for the loss and bought me another one.

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« Reply #107 on: November 16, 2013, 11:55:49 am »
Is your Great Ram Escape going to be part of the show about you?  ROFL

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« Reply #108 on: December 04, 2013, 05:35:57 am »
Yeah, a couple years ago in Ohio there was a guy who supposedly turned all his animals loose and the police killed him and shot almost all of his animals with bullets, which included 10+ wolves, 10+ lions, 10+ tigers, 10+ bears and a bunch of others. Why do police have tasers instead of tranquilizer guns?  Why were none of the animals captured humanely? Makes me think we don't get the real story because the man was not still around to defend himself and the cops were able to spin it any which way but loose.
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« Reply #109 on: December 04, 2013, 06:35:57 am »
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Yeah, a couple years ago in Ohio there was a guy who supposedly turned all his animals loose and the police killed him and shot almost all of his animals...

Not exactly an accurate retelling of the story. The man was deep in debt and marital problems and opened the cages of his exotic animals just before he committed suicide with a .357 Magnum. Read more about the story here, or search for other reports which seem to tell a similar story. I originally heard about this from a friend who used to work at an exotic animal rescue center in Indiana, next door to Ohio.

Large, potentially dangerous animals aren't exactly the easiest thing to capture live or find secondary homes for, so I completely understand why the police felt the need to shoot and kill most them. The story I linked to tells what the responding officers encountered when they responded to the farmhand's call.
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« Reply #110 on: January 10, 2014, 05:44:20 am »
Not exactly an accurate retelling of the story. The man was deep in debt and marital problems and opened the cages of his exotic animals just before he committed suicide with a .357 Magnum. Read more about the story here, or search for other reports which seem to tell a similar story. I originally heard about this from a friend who used to work at an exotic animal rescue center in Indiana, next door to Ohio.

Large, potentially dangerous animals aren't exactly the easiest thing to capture live or find secondary homes for, so I completely understand why the police felt the need to shoot and kill most them. The story I linked to tells what the responding officers encountered when they responded to the farmhand's call.


Who isn't in debt? And I call total BS to your statement. Tranquilizer guns work.

Why were the cops the first on the scene, no calling for animal control? Why was he talking to a depute four days earlier?

Why wouldn't the guy think about his wife? She fought the police department and eventually all of the living animals were returned to her.
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Re: The Butcher
« Reply #111 on: January 10, 2014, 04:58:08 pm »
it is absolutely unforgiveable to shoot dead wild animals simply on the vague claim that they might be dangerous. Tranquillizer guns should be used instead, I quite agree. There was a nasty incident recently  where a very young snow leopard  escaped from an austrian zoo and was immediately shot dead by a warden.  There simply has to be a law which debunks the whole notion that one can kill wild animals on the vague, stupid assumption that they are always dangerous to humans.

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« Reply #112 on: January 30, 2014, 07:50:59 pm »
Sabertooth, thanks for your insightful views and very interesting posts! I have enjoyed reading through most of them (and on other topics).

Recently I got a butcher to get me some raw beef thyroid from a healthy animal. Unfortunately he didn't know which part of the glands in the neck was the thyroid exactly so he just cut all the parts from the neck and packaged it for me. I was hoping you might be identify it for me? Some of it is the thymus I believe and the other part is the thyroid. My assumption is that the smaller thingy is the thyroid.

Thanks

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« Reply #113 on: February 09, 2014, 08:23:41 am »
Where in the sheep did you find it???

Tapeworms should not be in sheep.  Only cysts.  Adult tapeworm should only be found in carnivores (humans included).

Maybe these are some kind of other worms??

Over the past couple of months I've eaten several wild kangaroos. I've seen tapeworms in at least two of them. I was quite surprised to find that even the liver of one of them, which looked like a very healthy liver on the outside, was chockablock full of tapeworms. Pretty much every hole/vessel in the liver contained tapeworm.
I think it must be very normal for animals to contain parasites, and I think it would have been very normal for Palaeolithic man to have parasites. Nevertheless, I couldn't bring myself to eat the liver that was full of tapeworms (fed it to dog lol), however I have eaten one that only had one or two tapeworms in it (which I removed), with the knowledge that I would probably end up ingesting tapeworm or cysts that I hadn't seen.
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Re: The Butcher
« Reply #114 on: June 10, 2014, 11:58:59 pm »
The sheep I just butchered is infested with tapeworms, what should I do?
Should I tell the farmer? If I do, they might give them chemical wormers and that may pose a greater risk to the quality of the animal. At least with the worms I know that its paleo quality.
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This is the third sheep I got from the farm so I am sure I have already eaten two animals that were also infected. I take no precautions with avoiding the entrails , so I probably have been exposed years ago. It worries me, that I may be infected and not even know, and the worms could be slowly growing and robbing me of my vitality. The only reason I found them is because I was experimenting with washing out the intestines with a hose, and they were flushed out.
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I hope now you have found the culprit and identified it as safe, and I understand you have since been completely cleared of any symptoms for take off, you will enjoy all your flight with all other sheepish aspects down to the last of the entrails including every bit of stomach and intestines or poo etc. with no further doubts or fears for safety?   Good munching!

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« Reply #115 on: June 11, 2014, 05:57:56 am »
I was told that the most common tape worm infections in sheep are of a type of worm that needs an intermediate host to begin its life cycle, and so is not infectious directly to humans.

I have eatten infected animals for years without issue.
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Re: The Butcher
« Reply #116 on: June 11, 2014, 06:01:51 am »
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