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SSSHHHHH Im hunting Rabbit. #4126592 03/17/13 04:55 PM
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We have been killing a lot of rabbits this year on our lease. The kids like it and they grill up nice. I like them better fried, like chicken, but the doc said cut back on fried food. Havent found any worms yet. I was wondering whats the latest in the year you guys will kill rabbits. I have always followed the old deal about waiting until first frost to hunt them. Just wasn't sure when we should stop.

Re: SSSHHHHH Im hunting Rabbit. [Re: Crawdaddct] #4127368 03/18/13 12:41 AM
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You mean it's wabbit season?

Re: SSSHHHHH Im hunting Rabbit. [Re: Homer Jay] #4127407 03/18/13 12:54 AM
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You can eat them year around without worry. Wabbit fever is somewhat a myth....as we normally know it

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0001859/


It does not say anything about cooking the meat properly prevents it but does say it rare to get from eating a rabbit or squirrel.

You can even get it from breathing infected dirt

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