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    Quote Originally Posted by mastercaster View Post
    Pigs are a carrion eater, and we eat them, although the ones we usually eat have only eaten feed made from who knows what. What about wild boar? Trichinosis is a parasite known to be spread by eating K9's, and Pigs. Are their dietary habits that far apart, it mustn't be, the only war someone or something gets trichinosis, is to eat the flesh of an animal that has it.

    I have eaten Lynx on a few occasions and liked it. Coyote seems a far fetch - If you ever smelled a K9 when you gut it, you would know why.

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    Ah yes but pigs like black bears have been labelled as omnivores. Although all animals require some plant matter in their diet pigs and black bears consume far more plants than a coyote.
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    My cousin from Alberta has a great recipe for coyote

    boil one coyote in a pot with a rock once the rock is soft drain and eat the rock

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    Quote Originally Posted by oaknut View Post
    Ah yes but pigs like black bears have been labelled as omnivores. Although all animals require some plant matter in their diet pigs and black bears consume far more plants than a coyote.
    And guys have posted photos of coyotes eating apples at their bait piles, my dog loves apples, so long as they are peeled.

    I agree, it may have a bit to do with our minds, or rather the culture in which we have been raised.

    A trapper on the site had mentioned in a post years ago that with the increased security and controls on importing into the states his market for raccoon meat had dried up. In a personal message he explained to me that there was a market in Detroit for raccoon meat this demand was from the African American demographic. I assume a taste fro this meat left over from leaner harder times when meat may have been whatever you could get.

    I know my father ate pigeon when younger, my Grandfather would go into the barn at night with a burlap sack and a flashlight. When times were hard, you ate what was at hand. My mother's father told me stories of using pitch forks to throw Redhorse Suckers onto shore when they were on spawning runs, now we consider them a pain. Sometimes we have to do things other would frown upon.

    Personally, I do not think I would eat yote's... I don't have to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug View Post
    And guys have posted photos of coyotes eating apples at their bait piles, my dog loves apples, so long as they are peeled.

    I agree, it may have a bit to do with our minds, or rather the culture in which we have been raised.

    A trapper on the site had mentioned in a post years ago that with the increased security and controls on importing into the states his market for raccoon meat had dried up. In a personal message he explained to me that there was a market in Detroit for raccoon meat this demand was from the African American demographic. I assume a taste fro this meat left over from leaner harder times when meat may have been whatever you could get.

    I know my father ate pigeon when younger, my Grandfather would go into the barn at night with a burlap sack and a flashlight. When times were hard, you ate what was at hand. My mother's father told me stories of using pitch forks to throw Redhorse Suckers onto shore when they were on spawning runs, now we consider them a pain. Sometimes we have to do things other would frown upon.

    Personally, I do not think I would eat yote's... I don't have to.
    I can't see why raccoon would be a bad eat.
    As far as pigeon. ...feild pigeon was far superior to grouse when I was a kid. Pigeon has a bad stigma now due to the garbage pickers in the city. I still catch suckers in the spring and can a few jars, very tasty however bony fish. The bones dissolve much like herring bones when canned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oaknut View Post
    I can't see why raccoon would be a bad eat.
    As far as pigeon. ...feild pigeon was far superior to grouse when I was a kid. Pigeon has a bad stigma now due to the garbage pickers in the city. I still catch suckers in the spring and can a few jars, very tasty however bony fish. The bones dissolve much like herring bones when canned.
    Don't get me wrong... I like pigeon, so much so I have decoys and field hunt for them, they come in like ducks, are faster then duck and provide a year long no season, no limit hunting opportunity... taste great off the BBQ! I have also had pickled sucker and helped my uncle catch them.

    Raccoon. maybe I could try some; but definitely not one of the city critters

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    i have had a dog soup from my korean friends . i would think coys taste the same . why waist good meat ?

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