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Thread: Feral camels create havoc for farmers in drought.

  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoMick View Post
    Has anyone here eaten camel?
    Yeah. Like roo it has to be prepared and cooked right, but it's not bad at all. It's all in the preparation.
    On the other hand, as a caucasian Aussie brought up on dairy I found Camel milk absolutely vile. I'm sure tastes vary however and if it was the only fluid going you'd take it.
    I did try it a few times in the time I lived in the Middle East just in case I happened to have a bad batch the last time, but it never got better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carjunkieanon View Post
    Vaguely recall reading an article a few years about that said Australia does export camel meat to the Middle East.

    Googled 'Australia Camel Meat Export Middle East' and a bunch of sites came up.

    This seemed somewhat definitive from a 'live animal export perspective' -
    " On balance, modest economic returns and substantial risks limit the attractiveness of investment in Australian live camel exports."
    Don't export. Market locally, like already happens with roo meat.
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