[ RadSafe ] Austrian Versus Texas Wild Boar Meat

Maury maurysis at peoplepc.com
Sun Jun 5 16:54:10 CDT 2011

Thanks, Neil, I'd forgotten that they are here -- I'll try to find a 
source. I like cabrito, but never thought to seek a source for boar. Thanks.

And it surely would a great pleasure to dine at Franz's table but yes, 
the air fare is a deterrent ...
On 6/5/2011 3:29 PM, neilkeeney at aol.com wrote:
> Maury,
> As you know, there are literally tons of wild boar on the hoof over there in Texas.  You don't need to import it from Austria.  I know that in Texas, they ruin rice and row-crop production with their feeding habits.
> I recall that here in the U.S., during the fall and winter large portions of the the diet of wild pigs consists of acorns and acorn 'mash' that accumulate in washes, runnels, stream beds and the like.  Perhaps the Oaks of Austria (sounds picturesque)) serve to concentrate Cs-137 in the acorn production...
> Regards,
> Neil Keeney

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