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mobius99
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Member since Jan 2009
441 posts

Wild Hog or Domestic Pig??

Gonna try to do one for a game in the near future. What do you guys suggest? I can get the wild hog a lot cheaper. Thanks


wiltznucs
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re: Wild Hog or Domestic Pig??
Domestic...


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MillerMan
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re: Wild Hog or Domestic Pig??
Domestic


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yellowfin
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re: Wild Hog or Domestic Pig??
domestic


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ssgtiger
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Member since Jan 2011
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re: Wild Hog or Domestic Pig??
No question Domestic


Bill Parker?
Member since Jan 2013
1587 posts

re: Wild Hog or Domestic Pig??
If I kill it, I have no problem with a wild hog. Sow only, no boar. But I'm not cooking a hog some random stranger sells me for $20, if that is what you mean by cheaper.


DonChowder
LSU Fan
Sonoma County
Member since Dec 2012
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re: Wild Hog or Domestic Pig??
A 50-70 lb wild pig is very tasty. Hard to go wrong there.


Ole Geauxt
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re: Wild Hog or Domestic Pig??
EITHER


mobius99
Xavier Fan
Home in The Chuck
Member since Jan 2009
441 posts

re: Wild Hog or Domestic Pig??
No. Its from someone i know and my brother works with. He can get us whatever we need.


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MeridianDog
Mississippi St. Fan
Home on the range
Member since Nov 2010
6391 posts

re: Wild Hog or Domestic Pig??
Best pig I ever had was a hindquarter from a wild hog cooked by a cousin. The hog was smallish and he really knew his stuff. Lengthy smoking was involved to cook the meat.




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Dandy Lion
Georgia Fan
Regnum Asturorum
Member since Feb 2010
35334 posts

re: Wild Hog or Domestic Pig??
quote:

wild hog a lot cheaper.

leaner, tougher meat, makes for a cheaper price.


oh, and this

quote:

Sow only, no boar.
This post was edited on 8/19 at 1:12 pm


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LSUballs
LA-Monroe Fan
RayVegas LA
Member since Feb 2008
24441 posts

re: Wild Hog or Domestic Pig??
Domestic if we are talking bigger one (40+ lbs). The little wild ones are on par with the domestic pigs imo. I like them about the size of football.


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Tommy Patel
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New baton Rouge
Member since Apr 2006
7095 posts

re: Wild Hog or Domestic Pig??
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EITHER


this, but if its your 1st time you are safer all around with the domestic


mobius99
Xavier Fan
Home in The Chuck
Member since Jan 2009
441 posts

re: Wild Hog or Domestic Pig??
Thanks fr the info guys. we are planning on doing a 50# or so hog on a cajun microwave. should be awesome.


Big_Al_316
LSU Fan
Mobile, AL
Member since Jan 2005
3017 posts

re: Wild Hog or Domestic Pig??
Around here, when you do the wild ones, you pretty much have to skin them cause they have too much course hair. A domestic should allow you to keep the skin on.


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Tommy Patel
Gonzaga Fan
New baton Rouge
Member since Apr 2006
7095 posts

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doing a 50# or so hog on a cajun microwave. should be awesome.




oh its gonna be awesome , no doubt, enjoy


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oldcharlie8
LA-Lafayette Fan
Baton Rouge
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4724 posts

re: Wild Hog or Domestic Pig??
Wild hog makes the best gravy in the world


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pooponsaban
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Feb 2008
13494 posts

re: Wild Hog or Domestic Pig??
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Hard to go wrong there.


It's very easy to go wrong if someone fricks it up.


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