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#1

Anniegee
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From: WERRIBEE, VIC
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29 March 2020 07:28 pm

Couldn't resist adding this lol

Edited - link 2 posts down as I stuffed up

Last edited by Anniegee (29 March 2020 07:57 pm)


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2lateagain
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29 March 2020 07:49 pm

Says 'content not available' when I look. sad

Graham


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I plan on living forever...............................................so far I am still on track!

#3

Anniegee
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From: WERRIBEE, VIC
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29 March 2020 07:56 pm

Apologies...self confessed IT dinosaur here

Hope this works...

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid … =3&theater


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Bjay
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29 March 2020 07:56 pm

Worked ok on a pm.

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Jaros
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29 March 2020 08:00 pm

She's a not'a'working mate!! sad


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#6

Anniegee
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29 March 2020 08:02 pm

Looks like I'll have to PM it to you then smile


I am willing to be pleasantly surprised!

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RM Outback
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29 March 2020 11:34 pm

ops silence of the lamb's argh not good but I'm sure some tripper will find it worthy of interest.

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Eldorado
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30 March 2020 10:32 am

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DrDuck
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From: Goulburn, NSW
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30 March 2020 11:12 am

I've got a copy of this book, and it's pretty good. You might be able to get one second hand.

Home Butchery in Australia: A Guide to Butchering Processing and Preserving

Alec McVicar
Gary Allen Pty. Limited, 1993 - Butchers - 183 pages

Guide to the equipment, methods and techniques of humane home slaughtering, skinning and butchering in Australian conditions. There is a chapter for each animal including rabbits, poultry, goats, pigs, deer, cattle and other animals. An additional chapter provides information on processing and preserving a wide variety of meats, hides and skins. Includes a glossary of terms and an index.


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30 March 2020 11:43 am

I silenced a couple of lambs a month ago. perfect


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Rockhunter62
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30 March 2020 03:54 pm

Use a big enough gun and it will butcher the animal for you. lol lol lol Stew anyone.

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