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I've recently read that some caution needs to be exercised when roadkill pheasant (or other freely gained pheasant;)) is found. Antibiotics are usually put into pheasant food, a practice which must be discontinued one month prior to the start of the season to render them safe to eat. Therefore the best time to eat "freely" gained pheasant is when it is in the four month shooting season; namely 1st October to 1st February in the UK or 1st October to 31st January in Northern Ireland.

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Yeah natural baterias should be neutralised but the Antibiotics might still be there...

Unknown amounts of non-descript Antibiotics will never be good for you as you end up building a tolerance to them with use. Many Antibiotics come from micro-organisms but a lot are just synthesized chemical compounds - these will be harder to break down.
 

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