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PostPosted: 17 Oct 2008, 21:44 
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never seen an inside of a badger, they look fatty. Man they have big claws.

Would like to trap one sometime

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hahaha yup i work tha farm too, work for the highway dept in the summer shovelin asphalt and play guitar i got caluses in weird places on my hands haha the ends of my fingers on my left hand are pretty flat from strings its real bad after i play for a long time all scaley n what not hahahaha :) :) :)


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PostPosted: 18 Oct 2008, 08:31 
I used to eat the occasional coon I caught. I suppose that badgers, being a mustelid, probably don't taste very good. Anyone try it?
Quite a few roadkill badgers here, they don't seem to lure in other carnivores either, never seen a chewed up one on the roadside.


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In the Lewis and Clark Journals of their Northwest Expedition they record encounters with the "Braro" as their French members called the badger. I found no referrences as to them eating the badger, but they seem to have consumed just about everything else that they came upon. They ate lots of dogs before the trip was over and said a fat dog was much better table fare than a poor horse. :?

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PostPosted: 18 Oct 2008, 18:07 
Can't argue that Rat.
Been overseas, eaten Rover twice. Much better roasted than stewed.


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