yellodog1 wrote:After looking at the link, I dont think I would eat a duck with them.
Greenhead329 wrote:I killed a wigeon with a yellow parasite inbedded in the breast and scrapped the meat.
Guys DO NOT eat MEAT with parasites in it. We just covered this in parasitology class. Parasites that nest in muscle tissues have the potential to infect humans.
Unless the meat is cooked thouroughly and killed they have the ability to induce a condition called larval migrans..resulting in us becoming unwilling hosts.
Poke Boater wrote::thumbsup: I discretely gave this mallard to the critters at the base of a big tree on our old farm place.
Poke Boater wrote:If stomach acids in canines can disolve sharp bone shards, the white grub's eggs haven't got a chance.
Poke Boater wrote:That was just my opinion on the acids vs bone. With a note about what I thought the parasite's chances were to survive and multiply in thousands and thousands of predators, like skunks etc.
To date we have seen no warnings about this, and I doubt there ever will be.
Poke Boater wrote:You are missing this point so I'll repeat.......
There's no shortage of crippled ducks lost for a predator/scavenger's gain.
However rare they may be (and they are not rare), you passed the infestation on to the predators that ate the duck. If you had cooked and eaten it, you would have suffered no ill effects, and you wouldn't have passed along the parasitic infection.
I say it's unlikely that I'll ever see another fat mallard drake with that parasite.
Poke Boater wrote: The number of quackers I bag in a year could be counted on both hand's fingers.
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