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Transporting hog meat between states #6920027
10/14/17 12:01 PM
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What's the rule on transporting feral hog meat from Texas to another state by car? Would I have to leave a hoof attached to the hams, skin attached somewhere, or what?

And if you know.. what about quail? Pretty sure I have to leave a wing attached, but if you know otherwise comment on that too.

Thanks!

Re: Transporting hog meat between states [Re: JCCinOhio] #6920427
10/14/17 07:44 PM
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If itís processed haul away. If youíre hunting here and hauling across state lines Iíd consult local fish and game authorities.

Re: Transporting hog meat between states [Re: JCCinOhio] #6920428
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it wouldn't leave anything attached, process it and head home. Its not a game animal.

Re: Transporting hog meat between states [Re: JCCinOhio] #6923055
10/17/17 02:53 AM
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CENTRAL MISSOURI
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I have been to Texas several times and brought back hogs to Missouri (meat in boned out, tenderloins, and hams / shoulders forms). I generally follow the rules our States has for deer, moose, etc- no heads or spinal columns (ie nothing with brain or spinal cord tissue). Dont know if that is required, but have talked to a few Conservation Agents (our 'Game Wardens') and none had a problem with the way I do it. I iced meat down well & went straight from place of harvest to my home (coolers never opened in between). If any questions, I would check with your Agriculture or Game Departments to see if any special handling required.


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Re: Transporting hog meat between states [Re: JCCinOhio] #6924518
10/18/17 12:56 PM
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Thanks all... now I just have to shoot one..

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