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Kangaroo Jerky Where To Buy


Bought this for my hubby since he is on an army base and was away for Thanksgiving! Shipping was perfect and he got the package on the day of Thanksgiving! He loved the kangaroo and alligator. Great taste + the company ships to APO. My hubby says the kangaroo is a little gamier than the alligator but still has a great taste to it. Would definitely recommend.




kangaroo jerky where to buy


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I bought this for my husband. first, he was duly impressed with the packaging. Second, loved the jerky. Different and tasty. I also bought the Ostrich, another great taste. Now that I know how good the taste is I will buy more not only for him but for my sons, too. Great product.


Bought this as a Christmas present for my brother and he absolutely loved it! Quick delivery and price is decent for the quality of jerky. I liked the fact that this is pure kangaroo/yak etc.. jerky, and not jerky with beef fillers like most pro sport shops advertise. Would definitely order from you guys again! Thanks so much!!


DOES HOUSE OF JERKY SHIP INTERNATIONALLY? We currently ship anywhere in the United States and Canada (higher timeframes and fees apply - Canadian shipping starts at $24.99). We also ship to US Military bases all over the world. We don't ship internationally outside of Canada and US Military bases.


HOW MUCH DOES SHIPPING COST? We're happy to say that standard shipping within the US is FREE if you spend $50!! Otherwise it is determined by UPS or USPS based on where you live. If you need express shipping, it starts at $24.99 and is determined by the weight of the package.


Here at RED HOT ROO we produce a small range of hand crafted Kangaroo Jerky using the king of protein and iron- Prime Kangaroo meat. We are passionate about using only the highest quality ingredients to create our amazing jerky.


The delicious Mariani kangaroo jerky has been marinated in a secret blend of spices resulting in a tender and flavoursome snack. Each pack has been slow cured, trimmed and cured to ensure the maximum quality and tenderness.


Our kangaroo meat comes from Australian ranches much similar to the beef ranches here in the US. We create a very different snack treat using an Andouile recipe that complements this very lean, wild tasting meat. Buffalo Bob's Wild Game Snack Sticks are a ready to eat, pepperoni-sausage product each weighing one ounce. Ground meat is mixed with seasonings, encased in an edible casing and then slow-smoked over selected hardwoods. To ensure freshness all products are individually vacuum-sealed. 100% REAL kangaroo, farm-raised and USDA Inspected. (.75oz - includes added beef and pork)


He's looked forward to retirement for 18 reasons. When gramps hits the green, he shouldn't have to go empty handed. We've heard a little protein between holes can take that bogey to a birdie - so help the old man out. Our Pacific Mountain Farms jerky sticks will fit perfectly in his golf bag.


Does your husband do double time on his bike - riding to work daily to save money & the environment? Has he been spending his evenings teaching junior how to ride without training wheels? Sounds like he deserves the reward for cyclist - and maybe even dad of the year. Fuel his ride this Father's Day with some Buffalo Bob's exotic jerky to keep him pedaling. For the Hunter:


Is there no where else your pops would rather be than stoking the coals or the propane on a summer weekend? By all means, this Father's Day, give the man something worth grilling! We've got Reindeer, Caribou, Boar, Elk & Venison sausages to tantalize his tastebuds and win him over.


Maybe the special man in your life doesn't want to be beholden to hobbies. Or perhaps he has too many to count. Aren't all men a little wild at heart? The adventurous guy who loves to try new things absolutely NEEDS to be a part of our Dynasty Club. For a truly special Father's Day, nothing else will do for the dad who has it all and does it all. Whether you Join the Dynasty for him for a month, 3 months, or a year, he'll remember this Father's Day forever. We've got high hopes that this year will be the best Father's Day across the board...and we think our jerky's a good way to make that happen!


When preparing a pairing session, we like to start mild and light with both jerky and beer and work our way up in intensity and boldness. So we're starting off with an easy drinking blonde and some of the sweeter side of jerky. If you've never tasted Caribou, our Teriyaki stick from Indian Valley Alaska is a great option. And its sweetness pairs great with the caramel & apricot notes in the crisp Deschutes River Ale, or probably just about any other excellent Blonde for that matter! BBQ Jerky + Pale Ale:


Our friends down under in Australia at @austastesproducts Sent us not 1, not 2, but all three of their unique taste of Australia jerky!! Emu, kangaroo and crocodile!!! For us the emu was sweet, the kangaroo was smokey and the crocodile was authentic crocodile flavor which can be hard to accomplish!! Crocodile is something hard to describe so if you're adventurous we highly encourage you to checkout their three pack!


Our Kangaroo Jerky is high in protein, iron, and omega-3 fatty acids. Our Kangaroo jerky meat is flavored with a simple black pepper marinade for a mild, non-gamey taste. If you haven't tried our Kangaroo its a must! It will get you Hopping for more.


The kangaroo has been historically a staple source of protein for indigenous Australians. Kangaroo meat is very high in protein and very low in fat (about 2%). Kangaroo meat has a very high concentration of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) when compared with other foods. CLA has been attributed with a wide range of health benefits. Kangaroo meat is also processed into pet food. Due to its low fat content, kangaroo meat cannot be cooked in the same way as other red meats, and is typically either slow cooked or quickly stir-fried.


Kangaroo meat is sourced from species of kangaroos that are harvested in the wild. This policy has been criticised by some animal rights activists.[8] On the other hand, the kangaroo harvest is supported by a wide range of professional ecologists in Australia. Groups such as the Ecological Society of Australia, the Australasian Wildlife Management Society and the Australian Mammal Society have stated their support for kangaroo harvesting. Such groups argue that basing agricultural production systems on native animals rather than introduced livestock like sheep offers considerable ecological advantages to the fragile Australian rangelands and could save greenhouse gas emissions.[9][10]


Though it is impossible to determine the exact number, government conservation agencies in each state calculate population estimates each year. Nearly 40 years of refinement has led to the development of sophisticated aerial survey techniques which enable overall populations estimates to be constructed.[11] Populations of the large kangaroo species in the commercial harvest zones across Australia vary from approximately 25 to 50 million kangaroos at any given point in time.[12]


Kangaroos are protected by legislation in Australia, both state and federal. Kangaroo harvesting only occurs in approved harvest zones and quotas are set to ensure the sustainability of kangaroo populations. If numbers approach minimum thresholds harvest zones are closed until populations recover.


Harvest quotas are set by state or territory governments but all commercial harvest plans must be approved by the Australian Government. Only approved species can be harvested and these include: red kangaroo (Macropus rufus), western grey kangaroo (Macropus fuliginosus), eastern grey kangaroo (Macropus giganteus), and common wallaroo (Macropus robustus). Sustainable use quotas are typically between 10 and 20% of estimated kangaroo populations. Total populations are estimated by aerial surveys and a decade of previous data and quota numbers are calculated by government and science organisations to ensure sustainability. Even though quotas are established by each state, very rarely does actual culling reach 35% of the total quotas allowed. For instance, "[i]n the 2015 harvest period, 25.9% of the commercial harvest quota (for Queensland) was utilised".[13]


The kangaroo population data used to determine the numbers of kangaroos that can be harvested is extremely flawed. The numbers are so over-inflated that it is not actually biologically possible for kangaroos to breed at these rates, demonstrating that the data used to determine kangaroo population numbers is not scientifically sound.


The kangaroo has been historically a staple source of protein for Aboriginal Australians. Kangaroo meat is very high in protein and very low in fat (about 2%). Kangaroo meat has a very high concentration of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) when compared with other foods. CLA has been attributed with a wide range of health benefits including anti-carcinogenic and anti-diabetes properties, in addition to reducing obesity and atherosclerosis.[24][25][26]


While kangaroo meat has enjoyed popularity for its organic nature, little information has been available about its nutrition benefits besides articles dedicated to the value of CLA's. While basic nutritional data (total protein, fats etc.) are published worldwide, little research has been provided about the nature of the kangaroo protein and its composite amino acid profile. Of the 22 amino acids within protein, nine are vital to human and animal well-being because they can't be manufactured in the body. These are called 'essential amino acids' and the primary research on kangaroo muscle meat nutrition is from a seminal research paper by the primary Australian government science organisation CSIRO in 1970.[27]


Using this research paper as a primary data source essential amino acids have been calculated for dried kangaroo muscle meat (DM) and compared to various other farmed meat sources such as chicken, pork, beef and lamb.[27] By comparison to these farmed meats, kangaroo meat is higher in threonine, isoleucine and valine and lower in arginine and methionine-cystine amino acids. This information is invaluable in calculating balanced diets or when a subject requires an extra natural source of a specific essential amino acid. 041b061a72


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