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Old July 30, 2012, 07:15 AM   #13
Mayor Al
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Location: Southern Indiana, Near Louisville.
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I was told, but have not seen evidence that confirms this... They skin the wild hogs to get rid of the skin parasites and bugs that might contaminate the meat, especially those killed "in the field during hot weather". The scalding technique I have read of usually happens close to a home or barn during domestic Hog Killing season (Cooler Fall/winter weather).
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