And by the way...when butchered correctly and prepared properly,
venison is a tasty meat! I had a hand in slaughtering my very first
deer in Wisconsin last month and received some very good instruction on
it from a highly skilled hunter. Not just instruction on removing the
meat from the carcass, but on the trimming and preparation of the meat.
I was eating it less than 24 hours after the deer was shot.
- Re: Colorado Game Processing I 70 Corridor
... he brings food ... than a processor, just because it is YOUR deer, so you will have the ... vested interest to get the most meat out of it possible. ... to not only lose touch with the joys and satisfaction of really doing ...
- Re: How do you hang em?
... After dinner (which he ate two good sized steaks), he asked what the meat ... deer hunted for years. ... are never removed as when it's hanging head down, all the "guts" fall into ...
- Re: Momentarily verbal
... taste of muscle designed for running prey down. ... I would've thought that deer had about the same worry about tigers ... So jackal meat probably tastes all right, ... Hanging ...
- Re: Half a cow.
... Near where I grew up we had a "meat locker", these were/are common in the US ... You can take your cow or deer or whatever and have them do the ... $4.89 Appr. ... lb. pkgs ...
- Re: WOW
... I'm no hunter, and can't understand why someone would actively want to ... > deer in Wisconsin last month and received some very good instruction on ... Not just instruction on removing the ... > meat from the carcass, but on the trimming and preparation of the meat. ...