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Author Topic: Is there a class on Inspecting Small Game for Pathogens/Parasites?  (Read 504 times)

Offline salalscape

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Hi folks,
I want to learn how to identify signs of disease when I cut open a kill. Does any one know of a class or workshop for this purpose? Ideally I would learn which diseases/parasites render the meat inedible and which ones are not a problem. Thanks for any feedback you can offer.


 

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