Rice Breast

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  1. BB-Shot

    BB-Shot Elite Refuge Member

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    I have a hard time eating cooked parasites so I cooked it a separate pan and Maggie eat it. 002.JPG
     
  2. Pastor

    Pastor Senior Refuge Member

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    Yuck. I haven't shot one with rice breast yet but I'm sure it will happen
     
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  3. YanktonSquid

    YanktonSquid Senior Refuge Member

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    What the.....
    First time I've seen that!
    Was that in a mallard?
     
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  4. tornadochaser

    tornadochaser Elite Refuge Member

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    I shoot one with rice breast every few years. Last one was a drake gadwall.
     
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  5. BB-Shot

    BB-Shot Elite Refuge Member

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    Yes drake mallard, I have shot more ducks with rice beast than I have ducks with leg bands I have seen it in mallards, teal, widgeon, gadwall lucky me.
    http://wildlifedisease.unbc.ca/sarcocystis.htm
     
  6. YanktonSquid

    YanktonSquid Senior Refuge Member

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    Of all the ducks I have shot I have never come across that. Then again, I pluck and wax a lot too...makes me wonder if I've ever eaten one like that, not that it would hurt, but probably best not to know...lol
     
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  7. Larsen's Labs

    Larsen's Labs Elite Refuge Member

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    If you pick them and roast them, you will never know the difference!! Kind of like eating wormy perch (or walleye or northern). The worms disappear when you bread the fillets and drop them in boiling oil! LL
     
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    The nice part about it Lars is that you don't have to buy the Wild Rice to go with it!!:l
     
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