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Escaped domestic with issues #7865821 06/09/20 11:50 PM
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Have multiple pics and sightings of this boar on our place in Navarro county.
Has an ear tag and serious inflammation of some kind under the neck/throat.
Snake bite? Or ?

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Man I just ate dinner and this was the first post i pulled up sick


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Re: Escaped domestic with issues [Re: kelvinator] #7865848 06/10/20 12:13 AM
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Sure looks bad. Put it out of its misery soon.



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That's one heck of a goiter.


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From the title I thought you were looking for your wife.

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Might be a big tumor, i think a snake bite to do that would have more flesh rot. nidea


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Originally Posted by TCM3
Might be a big tumor, i think a snake bite to do that would have more flesh rot. nidea


Agreed. That and while pigs are not 'immune' to snake bites...they are amazingly tolerate/resilient of them.


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Originally Posted by flintknapper
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Might be a big tumor, i think a snake bite to do that would have more flesh rot. nidea


Agreed. That and while pigs are not 'immune' to snake bites...they are amazingly tolerate/resilient of them.


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Re: Escaped domestic with issues [Re: kelvinator] #7866714 06/10/20 09:06 PM
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We shoot every pig we can on this place and never make a dent.
This one will be no exception, gonna be a little tougher now though with the summer heat setting in they really go nocturnal.


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Goiter. Probably let loose b/c of it.

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Originally Posted by Pig_Popper
Man I just ate dinner and this was the first post i pulled up sick


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Re: Escaped domestic with issues [Re: kelvinator] #7867553 06/11/20 06:12 PM
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What I learned from Flintknapper is that when you find something like that on a hog, you don't want to lance it. roflmao


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Originally Posted by Double Naught Spy
What I learned from Flintknapper is that when you find something like that on a hog, you don't want to lance it. roflmao


I was thinking lance it with a .22 lr or .22 mag from a distance.

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Originally Posted by Hunt Dog
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What I learned from Flintknapper is that when you find something like that on a hog, you don't want to lance it. roflmao


I was thinking lance it with a .22 lr or .22 mag from a distance.



Exactly what I was thinking too! Maxi mag hollow point from the side.


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tickle his brain and see if that helps cure it.

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Shoot it and let us know what was inside.

No pics though please.

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Sent the pics to a vet buddy of mine. Abscess or tumor was her guess. She said to cut it open and find out. Full of puss, abscess. Full of tissue and maybe fluid pockets, tumor.

Oh, and she suggested wearing gloves. roflmao


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Originally Posted by Double Naught Spy
Sent the pics to a vet buddy of mine. Abscess or tumor was her guess. She said to cut it open and find out. Full of puss, abscess. Full of tissue and maybe fluid pockets, tumor.

Oh, and she suggested wearing gloves. roflmao


Sounds like a good occasion for eye protection and a good-quality mask, as well!


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Well I've only seen him once (aside from trail cam pics) and it was while working on clearing roads and of coarse, no gun handy.
He will receive an injection of copper shrouded lead upon the first opportunity.
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Originally Posted by Double Naught Spy
Sent the pics to a vet buddy of mine. Abscess or tumor was her guess. She said to cut it open and find out. Full of puss, abscess. Full of tissue and maybe fluid pockets, tumor.

Oh, and she suggested wearing gloves. roflmao

I would allow the buzzards to do the pathology work on that one. I'm interested, but not THAT interested!

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