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23-02-2012, 13:57   #16
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Head,heart,lungs,liver.Or remnants thereof depending where you shot it.
Fallow going to the GD in cahir only need heart/lungs. no head or liver
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as far as i heard fas does pay for it there lads ,
and untrained hunter only brings head heart and lungs nothing else to gd
and your theory there grizzly 45 is incorrect sorry a trrained hunter checks all lymph nodes on the jaw and liver and lungs then on to the dealer and drop them off no more testing on the carcase is need as the trained hunter as already got ridden of the red and green offal along with the head after checking the whole lot then burrys the whole lot
thats what i was told to do any way
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How long before this "trained hunter" term appears on done deal looking for deer shooting?
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as far as i heard fas does pay for it there lads ,
and untrained hunter only brings head heart and lungs nothing else to gd
and your theory there grizzly 45 is incorrect sorry a trrained hunter checks all lymph nodes on the jaw and liver and lungs then on to the dealer and drop them off no more testing on the carcase is need as the trained hunter as already got ridden of the red and green offal along with the head after checking the whole lot then burrys the whole lot
thats what i was told to do any way
It isnt any theory of mine...And personally I'd rather let a vet who has more experiance than me do the checking Irrespective.
Wonder whose head will be on the block one day when a diseased animal ends in the food chain???Wont be the vet ,GD ,but you the hunter...
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All carcasses will still be examined by a vet... This is what a game dealer told me.. They will save money by not having to pay for disposal of the heart/lungs.
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And if possible do away with the vet too..Who is a Govt employee under contract.Ergo get us to do their job for free,and proably take the rap if somthing goes wrong too.
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fare play lad you have a very fare point there and as another lad said there it is up to the vet which i think is bang on also the other lad said there it gives the game dealer less disposal charge
amazing too it took me and grizzly two pages to agree but we got there fair play there fella
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