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Car's confrontation with a Wild Boar in Poland


ukpolska
30 Nov 2010 #1
My Brother-in-law Lukasz had a little confrontation in his car with a Wild Boar look at the result... Whoops!!
pgtx 30 | 3,156
30 Nov 2010 #2
Wild Boar

you mean with a dzik? is the dzik ok?
wildrover 98 | 4,451
30 Nov 2010 #3
Looking at the damage on that car..... i suspect not...
OP ukpolska
30 Nov 2010 #4
you mean with a dzik? is the dzik ok?

If you wish to be pedantic over these things yes; however, I was writing in English and that is why I used 'Wild Boar'..... jeezze

is the dzik ok?

What do you think?
pgtx 30 | 3,156
30 Nov 2010 #5
What do you think?

how is the Wild Boar? alive?

If you wish to be pedantic over these things yes; however, I was writing in English and that is why I used 'Wild Boar'..... jeezze

that's for those who needed more info... d┼╝izzz....
jablko - | 106
30 Nov 2010 #6
Why would someone kill poor dzik :(
wildrover 98 | 4,451
30 Nov 2010 #7
If i drive from my farm to the local town which is 17 kms away there are about 15 places where the wild piggies and deer cross the road , i know where all these places are , but of course they can leap out of the forest almost anywhere....

I drive slow enough to spot their glowing eyes at the roadside , and in five years i have not hit any of them apart from a raccoon that hurtled out of a bush into the front wheel of my Harley , stunning itself for a few moments...

A few years back a German friend of mine had a large wild boar run into the path of his Harley....the wild piggie survived...my friend did not...
noreenb 7 | 557
30 Nov 2010 #8
Why dzik wanted to ram a car?
Harry
30 Nov 2010 #9
Whoops!!

Whoops indeed, terrible timing, that's ham's never going to keep until Christmas.

I suppose you could freeze it.
wildrover 98 | 4,451
30 Nov 2010 #10
Why dzik wanted to ram a car?

I suspect he just wanted to cross the road...but did not check it was safe to do so....
noreenb 7 | 557
30 Nov 2010 #11
I think, wildrover, you are right.
:)
PennBoy 76 | 2,436
30 Nov 2010 #12
Wild Boar

Ummm Wild Boar, ugotuj po staropolsku ;)
Trevek 26 | 1,702
30 Nov 2010 #14
Why would someone kill poor dzik :(

Because rich dzik can afford to pay off the hunters.
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
30 Nov 2010 #15
Does insurance cover the cost of hitting wild animals?

Is eating roadkill legal?

Did your brother take the boar home to eat it?
Maybe 12 | 409
30 Nov 2010 #16
Does insurance cover the cost of hitting wild animals?

Unlikely looking at the car which had the accident (no offense just an observation).

Is eating roadkill legal?

Who cares, Boar yummy

Did your brother take the boar home to eat it?

Hopefully, waste not want not.
trener zolwia 1 | 939
30 Nov 2010 #17
Does insurance cover the cost of hitting wild animals?

I've hit deers before with my car and insurance paid for it.

Is eating roadkill legal?

Over here it is. One cop asked me if I wanted the dead body. If they're fresh sometimes they'll get taken to food banks. But our system-sucking ingrates sometimes turn their nose up at eating such; they prefer top grade steak.

Did your brother take the boar home to eat it?

I didn't.
One I hit on my way to a party on Christmas Eve. All my friends said I'd killed Rudolph. :(

Why dzik wanted to ram a car?

So cute. :)
Trevek 26 | 1,702
30 Nov 2010 #18
Over here it is. One cop asked me if I wanted the dead body. If they're fresh sometimes they'll get taken to food banks. But our system-sucking ingrates sometimes turn their nose up at eating such; they prefer top grade steak.

Doesn't it have to be checked for rabies first?
trener zolwia 1 | 939
30 Nov 2010 #19
I don't know just what the procedure is. I think maybe deers don't get rabies. And hunters don't check their kills, right?
wildrover 98 | 4,451
30 Nov 2010 #20
Deer don,t carry rabies as far as i know...
nott 3 | 594
30 Nov 2010 #21
And hunters don't check their kills, right?

They do. They are supposed to, in Poland. That's the law. You just take your kill to the nearest vet.
pgtx 30 | 3,156
30 Nov 2010 #22
Doesn't it have to be checked for rabies first?

yep!
Trevek 26 | 1,702
30 Nov 2010 #23
I think maybe deers don't get rabies.

Sorry, it was boar I was thinking of. However, I've been warned about eating wild fruit without washing it cos of possible animal contamination, so maybe deer carry other things.

I thought hunters did have to check their kill cos they have a limit on what they can kill (but maybe I've been misinformed).
wildrover 98 | 4,451
30 Nov 2010 #24
The main potential carriers of rabies in Poland are foxes , raccons , and badgers , these animals can in turn affect dogs and cats and even cattle...

Deer and wild boar are not a problem..
pgtx 30 | 3,156
30 Nov 2010 #25
affect dogs and cats

i think the Chinese collect this roadkill...
Trevek 26 | 1,702
30 Nov 2010 #26
Deer and wild boar are not a problem..

Although pigs can carry other things...
tpwd.state.tx.us/huntwild/wild/nuisance/feral_hogs/#disease
smurf 39 | 1,981
30 Nov 2010 #27
I've a buddy here who did the same last year and he strapped the boar to the roof brought it to a butcher he knew & we were eating wonderful wild boar not too long after.

insurance should pay out for the damage though
trener zolwia 1 | 939
30 Nov 2010 #28
They do. They are supposed to, in Poland. That's the law. You just take your kill to the nearest vet.

I've never heard this over here. But maybe because I'm not a hunter.

maybe deer carry other things.

Deers carry Lyme Disease here but I don't think it can be passed from animal to person. Deer ticks carry it.
Trevek 26 | 1,702
30 Nov 2010 #29
he strapped the boar to the roof

Reminds me of this...
youtube.com/watch?v=xmnLRVWgnXU
smurf 39 | 1,981
1 Dec 2010 #30
Reminds me of this.

hahaha, great one


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