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Hog meat testing? #5315106 09/19/14 07:17 AM
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I know up north you can send in a chunk of bear meat or tongue to have it tested for trichnosis, can that be done in Texas anywhere for hogs? I understand cooking them properly will kill everything, but it would be interesting to see if the pigs actually had something.

Re: Hog meat testing? [Re: BlakeJ] #5315876 09/19/14 06:21 PM
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Yea it can be tested for $50.
I'll be more than happy send ya address where to send the check to

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Originally Posted By: SCson
Yea it can be tested for $50.
I'll be more than happy send ya address where to send the check to


and the meat needs to be already made into spicy sausage for an accurate test.


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Re: Hog meat testing? [Re: BlakeJ] #5318666 09/21/14 07:53 PM
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Intersting


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