I know that is the law in California, but I think it's different in Texas.TomsTXCHL wrote:It seems to me that what is basically "free range" pork oughta be as good or better than farm-raised, given what THOSE pigs eat!?Keith B wrote:Yep, 2 for me. :-)WildBill wrote:Please tell me you kept at least one pork shoulder to make pulled pork.Keith B wrote:There were 4 of us. We used a couple of fork lifts from the farm shop to hang them from the forks. Still a lot of work to dress and cape out.der Teufel wrote:Seriously! Hope you had lots of help. I get worn out doing just two or three.tyree wrote:Wow! That is a lot of work. I bet you ARE worn out!
My wife had "feral pork" and said it was good. I never have. Are there any diseases one has to worry about? I heard it can't be distributed e.g. to the needy because it's not inspected...
In California wild game can not be processed in the same facility as normal [USDA] meat.
I don't know about the laws in Missouri.