Friday, October 11, 2013

Mmmmm, roadkill! Montana issues permits to eat roadkill. (VIDEO)

They will have to report ROADKILL they scooped up within 24 hours.  Will they be taxed on the roadkill, like food?  (VIDEO)

Yummy, yummy, yummy, I got ROADKILL in my tummy! (VIDEO) 

Ever wondered what to do after killing with a deer in your car? Well, in Montana, you can cook it up and serve it for dinner.

A new law allows the state to issue roadkill permits to people so they can recover and eat dead animals from the side of the state's highways.

While the law went into effect at the beginning of October, the regulations governing the ability to retrieve and consume roadkill won't go into effect until the Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission finalizes the rules later this week.

RT's Meghan Lopez has more on the "fresh" food source in Big Sky Country.


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