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Advice Young rabbits........

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by WogerWabbit, May 2, 2012.

  1. WogerWabbit

    WogerWabbit Banned

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    Are young rabbit ok to eat ? Do they taste better or the same as their bug parents there's a few I could easily get my hands on is it worth it or leave them to it?
     
  2. kyle99

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    is it vermin control or for the sport? if its for vermin, then get them shot they eat twice as much as big rabbits due to them growning and they taste good 3/4 grown
     
  3. WogerWabbit

    WogerWabbit Banned

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    It's vermin control so best I do it then lol also dogs can have a few
     
  4. kyle99

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    easier to shoot while there young also good range practice
     
  5. Hamish2505

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    I agree, caught one in my veg patch this morning. I wont do it tomorrow morning!!
     
  6. Barcelona68

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    If you leave the young rabbits alone you'll have more to shoot in the future..............
     
  7. megga

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    Fried in garlic and butter, yum yum. BUT, is there a pest problem out of control? if not all your doing is reducing your sport. Yes we provide a service, but if we wipe out, then there is no need for us, its a balance.
     

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