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01-14-2014 09:28 AM
jocoyn I am not to keen on bleaching meat, just that they treat our food meet with bleach (chicken) and ammonia (pink slime hamburger-which has slid back in I understand)

I would not brine any meat either. That kind of sodium is not good for man nor beast. It is an issue I have with grocery store prefrozen chicken. They inject a lot of that with salts
01-14-2014 09:25 AM
halo2013
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Honestly you probably could do a bleach rinse for surface pathogens. Icck, say what?
You know that is approved for the food you and I eat.
Oh no I don't feed he any wild game meat. She gets the deer leg bones and treat then for a few hours before she's allowed to have them. I didn't know I could bleach it. When I talked to a wild game butcher he said the best way to go is to use sea salt.

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01-14-2014 08:58 AM
jocoyn Honestly you probably could do a bleach rinse for surface pathogens. Icck, say what?
You know that is approved for the food you and I eat.
01-14-2014 08:55 AM
onyx'girl I've never had an issue with parasites, and don't 'treat' anything other than freezing like Nancy posted.
Not sure I'd want to feed anything that has been brined like that.
01-14-2014 08:49 AM
halo2013
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I always froze pork for a good month, same with deer....actually I froze all my raw meat when I did feed raw. While it does not get everything it does kill both of these parasites.
Yea my deer meat, rabbit, and anything else that is known for parasites I soak in real real real heavy sea salt water

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01-13-2014 09:08 PM
jocoyn I always froze pork for a good month, same with deer....actually I froze all my raw meat when I did feed raw. While it does not get everything it does kill both of these parasites.
01-13-2014 08:58 PM
carmspack ". During 1947 to 1951, a median of 393 cases was reported annually, including 57 trichinellosis-related deaths. During 1997-2001, the incidence decreased to a median of 12 cases annually, with no reported deaths." in humans , USA statistic --

many raw feeders give their dogs pork ribs and pork neck bones , snouts and ears --
01-13-2014 08:30 PM
halo2013
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a small handful ?
I sure would be curious to know what those parasites were too.

what are the chances that those cats and dogs got their food from the same provider?
Idk of it was the same provider. I know one family was local and the other was from s. dakota

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01-13-2014 08:29 PM
halo2013
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What type of parasite?
The two fatal ones were
Trichinella Parasites (Trichinella spiralis
Toxoplasmosis. Believe it or not they were two different cases the one family was an emergency they didn't even live in PA they were in vacation just passing thru
Every since then I just been a paranoid person about it.
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01-13-2014 07:21 PM
carmspack a small handful ?
I sure would be curious to know what those parasites were too.

what are the chances that those cats and dogs got their food from the same provider?
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