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(MLive.com)   New Michigan law makes it easier for motorists to bring home roadkill, officials say it will probably save a few bucks   (mlive.com) divider line 1
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2014-03-29 10:16:26 AM
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abhorrent1: Whether it'shiat by a car or shot I guess doesn't make a difference. But how do you know, unless you hit it your self, how long it's been laying there? That's what would worry me.


That's why he wants to make the process faster, it's for those that are on scene when the animal is hit and is still fresh.  I know people that will eat roadkill, but it is only when they know the moment the animal was killed and know how long they have to get the animal dressed and refrigerated.  As it sits right now, the process for legally taking the dead animal for consumption takes hours and loses much needed time for dressing and preserving the meat.
 
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