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 Post subject: Re: Cape Barren Geese
PostPosted: Thu Mar 06, 2014 6:45 am 
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If you use a plucker then no more work but if your doing it by hand then yep I agree

Must be a lot of feathers in the end

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 Post subject: Re: Cape Barren Geese
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Good for stuffing pillows i_like1

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 Post subject: Re: Cape Barren Geese
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Or a duck down doona :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: Cape Barren Geese
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Dennis wrote:
Good for stuffing pillows i_like1

Thats what they are best for ;)

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 Post subject: Re: Cape Barren Geese
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And a meal I think i_like1

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 Post subject: Re: Cape Barren Geese
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Are these worth having for eating ducks?
good meat?


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 Post subject: Re: Cape Barren Geese
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Yep just feed them up and then chop and cook YUM!

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 Post subject: Re: Cape Barren Geese
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Dennis wrote:
Yep just feed them up and then chop and cook YUM!

I want a few now so I can have a feast by xmas woohoo4

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 Post subject: Re: Cape Barren Geese
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What the best age to chop the head off the cape barrens for eating please?


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 Post subject: Re: Cape Barren Geese
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All table fowls are min 12 months but you need to feed them up

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