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  • #31
    Seems to be a lot of resources and cost involved to catch toads with this device, then you still have to dispose of them.

    http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/re..._infosheet.pdf

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    • #32
      Heard of Charlie Carp?

      Made from that number one fish pest of the waterways, European Carp (probably a separate thread)

      Anyway they catch them, do something, guessing mulch add some additives and make fertilizer

      Why not do the same with our favorite friend the toad?

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      • #33
        Bufotenine toxin produced by Cane Toads is used as an aphrodisiac and hair-restorer in Japan.

        Wonder if it works at the same time?

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        • #34
          A CANE toad invasion pushing south towards Sydney could be halted by adding the ugly critters to restaurant menus across the country.

          Toad cakes, fried toad, and canapés of toad legs in garlic butter could form a national and international push to cash-in on the feral pests.

          In his latest research paper, Southern Cross University Professor Philip Hayward has outlined the economic and health benefits of establishing a regulated toad industry in Australia.

          Mmmm delicious

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          • #35
            Damper anyone?

            This seriously cracked me up

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xSBjfSK58vc

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            • #36
              An appetizer at your next shin-dig

              Ingredients

              10 cane toad legs
              Corn oil 1/2 Cup (16 tbs)
              Cilantro/Coriander 2 Bunch (100gm), chopped
              Lemon juice 3/4
              Water 1 Cup (16 tbs)
              Garlic 5 Clove (5gm), minced
              Salt To Taste

              Directions

              In a large, heavy skillet, fry the toad legs in the heated corn oil until browned.
              In a separate saucepan combine the remaining ingredients.
              Simmer over low heat, stirring occasionally, for five to ten minutes.
              Pour the sauce over the cane toad legs.

              Transfer to a lightly oiled baking pan or casserole and bake at 350 degrees of fifteen minutes.

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              • #37
                Where's Bazza ?

                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-mfn7uLY_dI

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                • #38
                  Remember Dana Lyons - Cows with Guns?

                  Check this out - Cane toad muster

                  http://www.abc.net.au/local/videos/2...10/3756553.htm

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by MGH66 View Post
                    Remember Dana Lyons - Cows with Guns?

                    Check this out - Cane toad muster

                    http://www.abc.net.au/local/videos/2...10/3756553.htm
                    That's brilliant, I've not seen that before. Great idea by those mentioned. Whether or not we can ever get rid of the damn things is debatable, but it's gotta be one of those issues that all the parties involved, should basically agree on. Whether you're a greenie, a farmer, an animal lover or rights activist, a nature lover or whatever, cane toads don't have any right minded fans.
                    IT'S CANE TOAD JUDGEMENT DAY

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                    • #40
                      Amen to that, especially here in QLD, watch out cockroaches, sandgropers, Croweaters........., they are heading your way

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by MGH66 View Post
                        An appetizer at your next shin-dig

                        Ingredients

                        10 cane toad legs
                        Corn oil 1/2 Cup (16 tbs)
                        Cilantro/Coriander 2 Bunch (100gm), chopped
                        Lemon juice 3/4
                        Water 1 Cup (16 tbs)
                        Garlic 5 Clove (5gm), minced
                        Salt To Taste

                        Directions

                        In a large, heavy skillet, fry the toad legs in the heated corn oil until browned.
                        In a separate saucepan combine the remaining ingredients.
                        Simmer over low heat, stirring occasionally, for five to ten minutes.
                        Pour the sauce over the cane toad legs.

                        Transfer to a lightly oiled baking pan or casserole and bake at 350 degrees of fifteen minutes.
                        Then eat pan.

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                        • #42
                          Agree

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                          • #43
                            Remember the TV show Catweazle from the 70's?

                            He actually had a pet toad - Touchwood

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                            • #44
                              Cane toad racing

                              http://www.discovery.com/tv-shows/di...oad-cameraman/

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                              • #45

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