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    Latest boar to go in the chiller!

    Thought some of you may like to see a pic of the latest boar to go in the chiller! I've had a few about lately making a nuisance, mainly sows with followers which I have managed to chase off. I had seen this young male about a few times before, always on his own and a very healthy specimen but starting to cause a few problems!!! Larder weight of 150lb so intact he would have been around the 225lb (ish) mark, his tusks had not long started growing so he was probably not too much over 2 years over age.

    ATB

    T



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    Quote Originally Posted by thomas View Post
    Thought some of you may like to see a pic of the latest boar to go in the chiller! I've had a few about lately making a nuisance, mainly sows with followers which I have managed to chase off. I had seen this young male about a few times before, always on his own and a very healthy specimen but starting to cause a few problems!!! Larder weight of 150lb so intact he would have been around the 225lb (ish) mark, his tusks had not long started growing so he was probably not too much over 2 years over age.

    ATB

    T


    Making a nuisance of themselves... well feel free to send them my way i'd gladly give them all a new home

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    nice one Thomas lovely meat on them i need another as my freezer is out ,atb wayne

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    Nice pig Thomas, his spud rooting, grain munching days are over!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Penyard View Post
    Nice pig Thomas, his spud rooting, grain munching days are over!
    Now to served up with one and washed down with the other!
    ​good work

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    Quote Originally Posted by jungle_re View Post
    Now to served up with one and washed down with the other!
    ​good work
    Clever !

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    Quote Originally Posted by thomas View Post
    Thought some of you may like to see a pic of the latest boar to go in the chiller! I've had a few about lately making a nuisance, mainly sows with followers which I have managed to chase off. I had seen this young male about a few times before, always on his own and a very healthy specimen but starting to cause a few problems!!! Larder weight of 150lb so intact he would have been around the 225lb (ish) mark, his tusks had not long started growing so he was probably not too much over 2 years over age.

    ATB

    T







    My friend gave me this card which helps to identify the age of the animal.

    Hope that will help for any future boar you shoot.

    Cheers

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    Nice one Thomas, still at them i see.



    One day i hope

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    Trying

    Hope all is good with you.

    ATB

    ​T

    Quote Originally Posted by activeviii View Post
    Nice one Thomas, still at them i see.



    One day i hope

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    Quote Originally Posted by 270Buck View Post





    My friend gave me this card which helps to identify the age of the animal.

    Hope that will help for any future boar you shoot.

    Cheers
    Never was very good at German so an English version would be good! Thomas knows his onions so have every faith in his age estimation which looks about right to me.

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