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Old 10-29-2019, 10:58 AM   #1
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I absolutely love wild female hog meat. Haven't kept a boar yet. Anyone have any thoughts?

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Old 10-29-2019, 11:06 AM   #2
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If you get them down and cleaned up quick they're usually passable. Now if you gotta chase them and fight to get them dead buzzards gotta eat too.
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If they're young they are fine. I can say we made a big boar into boudin and sausage and it was great.
We usually leave big ones laying but the boudin was fairly simple to make and we will be using them for that now
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Who doesn't?
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No complaints here! Good stuff
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They are good too if killed quickly and cleaned properly. Boars make great tamales, and boudin.
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Old 10-29-2019, 11:10 AM   #7
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I have. I did a hunt and my dad and I got 7 hogs. A mix of sows and boars. Largest boar was 110 lbs. My go to meal is just a crockpot with onions and bbq sauce. The first meal I did had a real strong gamey flavor but once it sat for a day, it was fine. I just recommend soaking it the night before in vinegar or something to pull out the gamey falvor.
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Old 10-29-2019, 11:10 AM   #8
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Almost any wild hog if the meat is handled properly is very tasty, boar or sow. I have killed and eaten 2 boars that field dressed a tad over 260 and they ate just fine. No one ever knew they were that big and all liked the flavor of the meat.
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Old 10-29-2019, 11:11 AM   #9
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recent meat eater podcast talked about this...discussed the trichinosis possibility...there's a chef down in Austin who is a huge fan of them. I've only had one, and it was meh...
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Small ones are fine. The big ones I usually just pull the backstraps in the field. I have eaten some 250+ pounders that were fine my old *** just doesn't want to clean them anymore.
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Old 10-29-2019, 11:19 AM   #11
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NOt me, but I don't eat any of them. Coyotes and buzzards eat well around my place.
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Had a butcher tell me to lay a piece of the belly meat on my tailpipe and let it heat up. If it smells like bacon load him up and go. If it smells like a burning ****, leave it to the buzzards. So far, it’s held pretty true.
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Old 10-29-2019, 11:24 AM   #13
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recent meat eater podcast talked about this...discussed the trichinosis possibility...there's a chef down in Austin who is a huge fan of them. I've only had one, and it was meh...
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Wild pigs taste different depending on lots of factors like location, food supply, water etc.

I've tried them from all over the State except far north (Amarillo area). Most are good, some have a gamey taste.

Even the big boars are good IF they get big on lots of good food. You can usually tell by smelling them right after you walk up to them.

I don't get why we have sooooo freaking many all natural, organic, free range, sustainable, blah blah blah but then people turn their noses at wild pigs.
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Old 10-29-2019, 11:27 AM   #14
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Wild pigs taste different depending on lots of factors like location, food supply, water etc.

I've tried them from all over the State except far north (Amarillo area). Most are good, some have a gamey taste.

Even the big boars are good IF they get big on lots of good food. You can usually tell by smelling them right after you walk up to them.

I don't get why we have sooooo freaking many all natural, organic, free range, sustainable, blah blah blah but then people turn their noses at wild pigs.
lol...i'm down for trying it and finding a good way to keep it going. I know there's a ton out there, and something kind of empty about just shooting and throwing away. I shot one this past weekend, and she might have been tasty...but her death was not quick...so assumed all that adrenaline and panic yucked up her meat...I passed.
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Old 10-29-2019, 11:30 AM   #15
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Almost any wild hog if the meat is handled properly is very tasty, boar or sow. I have killed and eaten 2 boars that field dressed a tad over 260 and they ate just fine. No one ever knew they were that big and all liked the flavor of the meat.

Yep, big pigs eat the same as the little ones. Some of the best meals I've served were 250+ pigs and people loved it.
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Old 10-29-2019, 11:38 AM   #16
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Never tried a big boar killed out west, but in east Texas river bottoms, a hog, boar or sow that is quickly killed that is fat on acorns is the best pork you'll ever pass over your lips! They're just like feed lot pigs that are fed grain to fatten 'em up. I think people are crazy for dumping a dead hog just because he's a boar... the loins off a 250+ boar will make pork chops that you'll fight over at the table and the hams will be good and tender... generally I've found that fat meat with a little aging will be tender and tasty...
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Old 10-29-2019, 11:38 AM   #17
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My deal is I hate having to handle the filthy stinking things. In my younger days I killed the hell out of them and ate them all. I am not that hungry anymore I guess. These days its gut shoot and let run off.
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Old 10-29-2019, 11:39 AM   #18
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My go to meal is just a crockpot with onions and bbq sauce.
Care to share more details on how you cooked the pork?
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Old 10-29-2019, 11:41 AM   #19
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I dont waste any pig...
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Old 10-29-2019, 11:41 AM   #20
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150 pounds is my cut off. Let him sit in ice for 6 days.
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Old 10-29-2019, 11:46 AM   #21
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Some of those big boars are the finest eating imo. Have ate em up to 280 pounds and it was awesome. Ribs sausage boudin crock pot meals ect.
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Old 10-29-2019, 11:48 AM   #22
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Old 10-29-2019, 11:49 AM   #23
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Old 10-29-2019, 11:51 AM   #24
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Care to share more details on how you cooked the pork?
Season the meat with black pepper, garlic powder, brown sugar, paprika. You can sear it if you would like, but I haven't noticed much of a difference. My favorite was 1 jar of Better Than Good Hellfire sauce and 1 jar of Better Than Good Texas Moppin' Sauce. They discontinued the hellfire, so now I use the moppin' sauce and any other spicy bbq sauce. Chop an onion and mix with the sauce. You can also saute the onion with garlic if you want before mixing with the sauce. I cook on low for ~8 hours. If you can pull apart the pork while it's cooking, I recommend that, but I put it on and then go to work so it's ready when I get home.
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Old 10-29-2019, 11:53 AM   #25
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Small ones are fine. The big ones I usually just pull the backstraps in the field. I have eaten some 250+ pounders that were fine my old *** just doesn't want to clean them anymore.
We do the same, always take at least the straps, on every pig we kill.
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Old 10-29-2019, 11:55 AM   #26
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We keep all Sows but if a boar is over 50lbs he goes to the gut pile. Tried about a 100lb Boar couldnt stand the smell or taste.
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Old 10-29-2019, 12:02 PM   #27
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Old 10-29-2019, 12:25 PM   #28
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I had always been told that the big boars were no good.

I had a redneck buddy from Florida come out to the lease in West Texas. He shoots a big boar hog (207 live weight). I was surprised when cleaned it and stuck it in a cooler. He said he eats them if when you walk up they don't smell too rutted up. He gave me some ground meat, some backstrap, and a roast off the ham and they were all very good.

Generally speaking, I don't want to eff with them though.

Most of the pigs trapped and sold to a slaughter facility here in Texas will get exported to Germany where they want the biggest most rutted up boars they can find. They love them.
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Old 10-29-2019, 12:26 PM   #29
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Iíll eat the boars that are under about 100#, as long as they donít stink. Sows are always good to eat.

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Old 10-29-2019, 12:28 PM   #30
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They taste great if you brine them for 24 hours prior to cooking them. I usually smoke 'em long & slow with mesquite or hickory wood.
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I never had any bad hog meat. I ate both boar and sow.
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Old 10-29-2019, 12:33 PM   #32
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My buddy and I kill a ton of pigs and I like it better than Venison now!!! We kill a ton so we only clean the sows
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Old 10-29-2019, 12:33 PM   #33
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I haven't bothered to clean one in a long time but I might this year.
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Old 10-29-2019, 12:35 PM   #34
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They’re lucky to get drug out of the field around here.
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Had a butcher tell me to lay a piece of the belly meat on my tailpipe and let it heat up. If it smells like bacon load him up and go. If it smells like a burning ****, leave it to the buzzards. So far, itís held pretty true.
So, you have tried it several times?? You just take a little piece of the belly fajita & toss it on the tailpipe?? Guessing you can tell good or bad rather quickly??

I normally only keep the little / good eat'n size where 1/2 a pig fits on a decent size grill...I am going to keep any bigger ones we catch this year & will likely grind it. In the past, I normally just used the sniff test & if the back straps passed that's normally all I would keep. Some of those big boar's meat just doesn't smell right sometimes & seems like all the big sows haven't had this problem.
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My deal is I hate having to handle the filthy stinking things. In my younger days I killed the hell out of them and ate them all. I am not that hungry anymore I guess. These days its gut shoot and let run off.
as i hunter i'll never understand why anyone would purposely shoot an animal in the gut, much less advertise it. Every animal deserves to die in an ethical manner, even a pig.
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Not me! I am in Central La and they are plentiful. We kill hogs during deer season, shoot them at night during the summer and trap them year long. Plenty of pork to go around so I am not fooling with those stinking suckers......especially the big ones. When you can smell him before you walk up on him it is no Bueno! I give those away. Most of the time if we leave them laying the coyotes and the buzzards wont touch them.
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Under 100 pounds, clean them quick, get on ice, and have a friend on speed dial who will take them!

Over that, not so much.
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Artos, you can pick up on the smell in no time. Yes, I’ve tried it s few times now just to see if it worked.
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as i hunter i'll never understand why anyone would purposely shoot an animal in the gut, much less advertise it. Every animal deserves to die in an ethical manner, even a pig.

Not to mention the fact that he just admitted in writing to the commission of a felony... That's genuine cruelty to animals and all it will take is for one of those bunny huggers perusing these hunting sites for who they might attach and BOOM... Big trouble!!
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Old 10-29-2019, 01:24 PM   #41
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I prefer hog over WT deer personally. The only hogs I wonít eat are the ones that still stink after skinning. I have had 200# boars have zero odor and taste great, but have also had sows smell horrible and taste like ***.

I donít necessarily have a size limit on what I eat, more of a smell test.
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Old 10-29-2019, 01:28 PM   #42
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I have killed a whole lot of them and tried eating a few. Never enjoyed the meat. Now I just drag them off. Just pests to me.
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Old 10-29-2019, 01:33 PM   #44
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Old 10-29-2019, 01:34 PM   #45
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Why eat an old buck when a first year doe is better and plentiful...

Same with hogs
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Old 10-29-2019, 01:44 PM   #46
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I've eaten boars we killed in the hill country that wasn't bad. If they are over 75 lbs here in the swamps of southeast Texas I leave them for the buzzards. I try my best to pick out a sow instead of shooting boars.. I don't really care for rutting buck meat either.. I'll shoot a doe to eat before I shoot a small buck..
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as i hunter i'll never understand why anyone would purposely shoot an animal in the gut, much less advertise it. Every animal deserves to die in an ethical manner, even a pig.
As a hunter idk why anyone would care what happens to a wild pig. Theyíre a nuisance and cause damage to properties. And theyíre a pain to drag off when you shoot a bunch of them out of a group. But I donít see animals the way most people do so that might be a difference as well. Every farmer/rancher I know guy shoots them so theyíll run in woods and die and not in their fields to tear up farm equipment if they run over them. Animals have more rights than humans these days and itís sad
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Old 10-29-2019, 01:48 PM   #48
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I prefer them to deer. We keep all sizes. The largest I have personally kept was a 300+ lb (scale only goes to 300) boar. As long as you clean them as soon as you can AND get the hide off as quickly as possible they are good. Also age for at least two weeks.


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Old 10-29-2019, 01:48 PM   #49
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boars ... mostly not, maybe if it was veewy, veewy small.
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Old 10-29-2019, 01:55 PM   #50
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as i hunter i'll never understand why anyone would purposely shoot an animal in the gut, much less advertise it. Every animal deserves to die in an ethical manner, even a pig.

What about rats? I'm pretty sure they suffer and die when I poison them or catch them on a glue board. I love hunting hogs and kill and eat my share of them but I completely understand using any means necessary when pests are destroying your livelihood or property. I also understand using all means at your disposal when they are ruining your hunts for deer on the lease that you paid thousands of dollars and many hours of travel and work for.
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