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Old 02-04-2021, 07:58 PM
 
Location: North Beach, MD on the Chesapeake
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They look like small pigs, but are not of the pig family, but still, I wonder, are these things "good eats"? Just asking ... for a friend.
https://honest-food.net/cooking-jave...sh%20of%20pink.
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Old 02-04-2021, 08:12 PM
 
Location: San Diego
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I'm over near Swan/Grant/Richmont/TMC in a Mobile Home Co-op, we have one entrance @Grant, an entrance at the back with a gate, and 2 side gate pedestrian doors.
Recently, a few javelinas entered our community, they've eaten the garden produce from 2 of our residents. and we're perplexed as how to get them to leave.

One night, with a neighbor, we saw 2 of them, we opened up a side pedestrian gate door, and blocked it so it wouldn't close, and we saw one of them go out that door, but the other one didn't follow and went east instead.

We were figuring they wanted to escape but didn't know how.

Well, one resident spotted a javelina come through our entrance on Grant Road yesterday, so it appears they know how to leave here but are enjoying their stay here too much to leave. As busy as Grant Road is, if they're coming across Grant Road, I'm surprised they're not getting hit. There is a wash to the east but it's all fenced in all along the wash, all the way to Pima, but after that it's unfenced.

I know you can't kill these animals, but anyone know how to get them to leave?

Last Fall we had a couple skunks come into the community, but I believe they're gone now.
Are you within city limits? You can kill them if you aren't. Takes a hunting license and tag though. We just got back from AZ and scored 3 of the lil stinkers. Great Cherizo. They taste pretty good they are just kinda stringy cause they zip around so much.
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Old 02-04-2021, 08:17 PM
 
Location: San Diego
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No, protect the animals from the moronic things people do. Animals need and deserve more rights than they get. Help the javelina, dogs, cats, skunks, all of them. Nurture them.

There's people that can only think about themselves and their need to eat them(animals). Protect, be kind, nurture the animals. There's people out there who steer their car's wheel to actually run over small cats, skunks, etc. I know, I know. I don't get it either, but morons like that exist among us.

Nurture the animals. Be kind to them. In any way you can. This blood-sucking, evil system of things is about ta bite the dust.



Good riddance.
This is true, nurtured animals taste much better.
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Old 02-07-2021, 02:39 PM
 
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They look like small pigs, but are not of the pig family, but still, I wonder, are these things "good eats"? Just asking ... for a friend.
I wonder, are these things "good eats"? Just asking ... for a friend.


https://honest-food.net/cooking-javelina/


Tell your friend that apparently the meat's supposedly lean, but apparently so is possum meat too. I'm not going to give either meat a try, unless I'm like VERY hungry; like I mean, I haven't ate a bite of food in 10 days kind-of-hungry.
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Old Today, 12:13 PM
 
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I've never seen Javelina on the menu anywhere.

I have known people who hunt them and eat them. Say they are quite good.
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