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  1. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    Scotts' Super Soup 2 front legs with shoulder bone, meat off Water, how much depends on your stock pot Summer sausage Couple pounds of ground venison 1 qt of sliced mushrooms Powdered mushroom, I had dehydrated some Chicken of the woods from my woods and ground it up Chipotle powder salt If you...
  2. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    I am on a new ranch with a lot of hogs that we will start hunting soon. I was talking to a coworker who told me that when he hunted as a kid, they would poke a hole in the animal and use an air compressor to loosen the skin before skinning and it made a skinning a breeze. Curious, I watched a...
  3. Indiana
    For those of you in and around Indy who don't process your own. Who do you use? I had used Archer's in Fishers the last couple years, but I wasn't terribly impressed, and they're closed now anyway.
  4. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    Hey guys. I'm looking to possibly trying to grind and make my own venison burgers and sausage rather than paying someone to do it. I plan on taking 2-3 deer per year and grinding most of it into yummy snacks. I've heard that I need at least a 1HP grinder, but from what I see, they run at...
  5. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    Hello all. Already planning an out of town hunt later this year. I hope to visit a buddy in Florida who said there's some pretty good deer and hog hunting over by him. I plan to fly, so I am wondering about getting the meat back. Anyone do this on a regular basis? I have a few game processing...
  6. Accessories and General Hunting Items
    BUTCHER MEAT / BONE SAW BLADE FITS STANDARD 12" HACKSAWS! I finally found some bone saw blades that fit a 12" hacksaw. I ordered some extras, so I'll sell a few if anyone else likes the idea of using your hacksaw to process your wild game and not satisfied with your typical hacksaw blades...
  7. Wild Game Cooking
    RC put up a great post on how to butcher your deer/elk, (Great job by the way!) But I know there are some tips and tricks of the trade when it comes to packaging up your delicious fresh venison as well. I have shot a lot of deer so far in my lifetime, and am hoping to get an elk here soon...
  8. Massachusetts
    Hello, I'm new to deer hunting and am trying to plan out the 2014 deer hunting season (i know its 10+ months away). I would like it if someone could tell me where they get their deer processed in western/central mass.
  9. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    Does anyone have any contact names and phone # for cold meat storage and or processing anywhere in the areas of Yampa, Oak Creek, or Steamboat Springs Co. Also looking for somewhere for dry ice or big block ice. I'm doing a archery elk hunt in the area this Sept. Thanks for any help!
  10. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    Explain how the deer makes it to the table. tips and tricks welcome?
  11. Accessories and General Hunting Items
    Want to sell or trade my Globe Slicer for a grinder of like value. New retails $1,000.+, but can buy it on line in some places for $498.00 Would rather trade for a top notch grinder with several cutting heads/knives and sausage attachments. This slicer is like new, hardly been used at all...
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