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#16 Netmaker

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Posted 16 November 2016 - 10:24 am

I have a crypto mincer best thing I ever bought if you put a kidney plate in first and brake down the
carcase then re mince with a 10mm plate you get much better mince as it brakes down the bone more

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Posted 16 November 2016 - 04:05 pm

I have a crypto mincer best thing I ever bought if you put a kidney plate in first and brake down thecarcase then re mince with a 10mm plate you get much better mince as it brakes down the bone more

It takes me pretty much a full day to mince ....so I wouldn't want to do it twice .....this Hobart deals with most of the bones ...any bones I think are too much for it are broken up with the cleaver

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Posted 16 November 2016 - 04:21 pm

Mik do you put the bones from the roe through as well or do you bone it out first

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Posted 16 November 2016 - 05:01 pm

I've put roe bones through my Hobart .....

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Posted 16 November 2016 - 08:26 pm

The hobart 22 will mince rabbits with the skin on no problem without clogging up the benifit of mincing with the skin on is that if your dog has worms or worms eggs the skin will take them out when passing through the dog,aint anyone seen a fox shit full of wool,wf

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Posted 16 November 2016 - 09:15 pm

The hobart 22 will mince rabbits with the skin on no problem without clogging up the benifit of mincing with the skin on is that if your dog has worms or worms eggs the skin will take them out when passing through the dog,aint anyone seen a fox shit full of wool,wf


That's an old wives tale ... the only thing that clears worms is a good wormer ........
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Posted 17 November 2016 - 02:29 am

The hobart 22 will mince rabbits with the skin on no problem without clogging up the benifit of mincing with the skin on is that if your dog has worms or worms eggs the skin will take them out when passing through the dog,aint anyone seen a fox shit full of wool,wf

Dont believe that for a minute ....like I say the skins would block the plate and I cant see the advantage of rabbit skin in a dogs diet 



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Posted 17 November 2016 - 02:31 am

Mik do you put the bones from the roe through as well or do you bone it out first

Yes the bones go through ....the knuckle bones have to be smashed with the cleaver though ....put a whole red stag through it the other week I boned that out but the rib cage went through no probs 



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Posted 17 November 2016 - 04:46 am


The hobart 22 will mince rabbits with the skin on no problem without clogging up the benifit of mincing with the skin on is that if your dog has worms or worms eggs the skin will take them out when passing through the dog,aint anyone seen a fox shit full of wool,wf

Dont believe that for a minute ....like I say the skins would block the plate and I cant see the advantage of rabbit skin in a dogs diet 

When you say you don't believe it, you've never tried?

As for their advantage, all animals store fat under the skin so a proportion of the oils and fatty acids are lost if you remove the skin.

Fur plays a similar role to dietry fibre and has benefits to digestive health.

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Posted 17 November 2016 - 07:31 am

 

 

The hobart 22 will mince rabbits with the skin on no problem without clogging up the benifit of mincing with the skin on is that if your dog has worms or worms eggs the skin will take them out when passing through the dog,aint anyone seen a fox shit full of wool,wf

Dont believe that for a minute ....like I say the skins would block the plate and I cant see the advantage of rabbit skin in a dogs diet 

When you say you don't believe it, you've never tried?

As for their advantage, all animals store fat under the skin so a proportion of the oils and fatty acids are lost if you remove the skin.

Fur plays a similar role to dietry fibre and has benefits to digestive health.

 

cmon you are trying to tell me that my dogs wont get enough fat if I remove the skins ...I know I was born at night but it wasnt last night and what dietry fibre is in rabbit skin?...I know for certain it doesnt clear  worms I use drontal for that 


Edited by MIK, 17 November 2016 - 07:37 am.


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Posted 17 November 2016 - 08:57 am


 

 

The hobart 22 will mince rabbits with the skin on no problem without clogging up the benifit of mincing with the skin on is that if your dog has worms or worms eggs the skin will take them out when passing through the dog,aint anyone seen a fox shit full of wool,wf

Dont believe that for a minute ....like I say the skins would block the plate and I cant see the advantage of rabbit skin in a dogs diet 
When you say you don't believe it, you've never tried?

As for their advantage, all animals store fat under the skin so a proportion of the oils and fatty acids are lost if you remove the skin.

Fur plays a similar role to dietry fibre and has benefits to digestive health.
 
cmon you are trying to tell me that my dogs wont get enough fat if I remove the skins ...I know I was born at night but it wasnt last night and what dietry fibre is in rabbit skin?...I know for certain it doesnt clear  worms I use drontal for that 
If I offended it was unintentional.

I don't know how much fat your dogs get so I couldn't possibly comment on whether they are getting enough or not.

You asked what the benefit of leaving the skin on was. That was my answer. There is a layer of fat under the skin.

As for dietry fibre, or undigestable material there is none in the skin, I didn't say there was. The fur is undigestable and plays a SIMILAR ROLE to dietary fibre.

I didn't mention f**k all to do with worms that was someone else and I will agree that that is a wives tale.

Do whatever the f**k you like with your rabbits, your mincer and your dogs I don't care.

Of course the other benefit of not skinning is it takes a lot less time.

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Posted 17 November 2016 - 09:40 am

I know year's ago when you could get sheep heads with the wool on I was feeding maybe 20 heads and 20
sheep tripe a week and none of my dogs suffered with worms and they were fit with it

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Posted 17 November 2016 - 11:52 am

The hobart 22 will mince rabbits with the skin on no problem without clogging up the benifit of mincing with the skin on is that if your dog has worms or worms eggs the skin will take them out when passing through the dog,aint anyone seen a fox shit full of wool,wf

Dont believe that for a minute ....like I say the skins would block the plate and I cant see the advantage of rabbit skin in a dogs diet
When you say you don't believe it, you've never tried?
As for their advantage, all animals store fat under the skin so a proportion of the oils and fatty acids are lost if you remove the skin.
Fur plays a similar role to dietry fibre and has benefits to digestive health.
cmon you are trying to tell me that my dogs wont get enough fat if I remove the skins ...I know I was born at night but it wasnt last night and what dietry fibre is in rabbit skin?...I know for certain it doesnt clear  worms I use drontal for that
If I offended it was unintentional.
I don't know how much fat your dogs get so I couldn't possibly comment on whether they are getting enough or not.
You asked what the benefit of leaving the skin on was. That was my answer. There is a layer of fat under the skin.
As for dietry fibre, or undigestable material there is none in the skin, I didn't say there was. The fur is undigestable and plays a SIMILAR ROLE to dietary fibre.
I didn't mention f**k all to do with worms that was someone else and I will agree that that is a wives tale.
Do whatever the f**k you like with your rabbits, your mincer and your dogs I don't care.
Of course the other benefit of not skinning is it takes a lot less time.
Deary deary me someone's a bit touchy
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Posted 17 November 2016 - 04:37 pm

The hobart 22 will mince rabbits with the skin on no problem without clogging up the benifit of mincing with the skin on is that if your dog has worms or worms eggs the skin will take them out when passing through the dog,aint anyone seen a fox shit full of wool,wf

Dont believe that for a minute ....like I say the skins would block the plate and I cant see the advantage of rabbit skin in a dogs diet
When you say you don't believe it, you've never tried?
As for their advantage, all animals store fat under the skin so a proportion of the oils and fatty acids are lost if you remove the skin.
Fur plays a similar role to dietry fibre and has benefits to digestive health.
cmon you are trying to tell me that my dogs wont get enough fat if I remove the skins ...I know I was born at night but it wasnt last night and what dietry fibre is in rabbit skin?...I know for certain it doesnt clear  worms I use drontal for that
If I offended it was unintentional.
I don't know how much fat your dogs get so I couldn't possibly comment on whether they are getting enough or not.
You asked what the benefit of leaving the skin on was. That was my answer. There is a layer of fat under the skin.
As for dietry fibre, or undigestable material there is none in the skin, I didn't say there was. The fur is undigestable and plays a SIMILAR ROLE to dietary fibre.
I didn't mention f**k all to do with worms that was someone else and I will agree that that is a wives tale.
Do whatever the f**k you like with your rabbits, your mincer and your dogs I don't care.
Of course the other benefit of not skinning is it takes a lot less time.
Deary deary me someone's a bit touchy

NO I'M f***ing NOT YOU HORRIBLE c**t!
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Posted 18 November 2016 - 09:40 pm

if the mincer is clogging up with the skin on the rabbit then the washer at the square end of the worm needs replacing, and ten years of feeding hounds without worming them I'm sure would account for it,




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