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July 12, 2007


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Excellent port!

Do you mind if I expand a little about the Nutria?

The coypu, or nutria (Myocastor coypus) is a large, herbivorous, semiaquatic rodent and the only member of the family Myocastoridae. Originally native to temperate South America, it has since been introduced to North America, Europe, Asia and Africa, primarily by fur ranchers.

Although it is still valued for its fur in some regions, its destructive feeding and burrowing behaviors make this invasive species a pest throughout most of its range.

There are two commonly-used names in the English language for Myocastor coypus. The name nutria (or local derivatives such as "nutria- or nutra- rat") is generally used in North America and Asia; however, in Spanish-speaking countries, the word nutria refers to the otter. To avoid this ambiguity, the name coypu (derived from the Mapudungun word kóypu) is used in Latin America and Europe.

In France, the coypu is known as a ragondin. In Dutch it is known as beverrat (beaver rat).

Steve keep it moist Jahr

Yes it is true the Sika deer is a very good tasting veenison. And on the other hand the Gernan Fallow which has also found its way here is not a desirable tasting venison at all. Thank you for letting me coment.

steve cooking deer

stew meat is very good when sautayed in wine.

Steve no wild taste Jahr

Starts with carefuly placing your shot,no gut shots allowed! and continues with (gutting) field dressing and skinning,dont cut intestines especialy urin sack or colin. While scinning look out for the musk glands!

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