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Kangaroo Breeding

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Kangaroo is excellent meat but it is virtually fat free. We used to make sausages and hamburgers (bounce burgers) but it was essential to add a fair quantity of sheep fat, maybe as much as 20%.

The best roos are young does and kangaroo tail soup is excellent. You need a license to shoot them in Victoria but we backed onto a National Park so we had plenty to choose from and a license for 50 or so was very easy to obtain. It was necessary to have a license if you wanted to have the skins processed.

I used to get dirty looks on the tram if I wore my kangaroo skin coat my Mum made me....

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Suppose you lot eat Koalas as well..............on the old Barbie I bet...covered in onions... :o

Sadly you cant eat Koala,s the flesh stinks, the most stupid animal in the world,bit like a yorkshireman really only time it is a wake is when it is eating or chasing females the other 22 hours a day it is a sleep :D:D Nignoy

So yorkie is a koala

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Hedgehogs...lol, not same same, same same like marmite not.

Stick to echidnas and vegemite.

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Suppose you lot eat Koalas as well..............on the old Barbie I bet...covered in onions... :o

Sadly you cant eat Koala,s the flesh stinks, the most stupid animal in the world,bit like a yorkshireman really only time it is a wake is when it is eating or chasing females the other 22 hours a day it is a sleep :D:D Nignoy

So yorkie is a koala

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Dont be Silly< Yorky a Koala :D Koalas dont Drink!!! :D Nignoy

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