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Step by step guide to butchering a deer..........

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The deer should of bled out in the field if it has been shot in the heart lung area,but,if it has been headshot then it really needs to be stuck with a knife,and you need to sever the carotid arteries as soon as you can get to the carcase and the blood pressure combined with any heart spasms that are left will help to empty the system of blood.You never get the lot out obviously,but the more you leave in the quicker it will spoil.Hope that has helped but if not PM me your questions.

 

Martin

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cracking post mate, a lot of usefull tips, i will use this thread when my next bambi comes home !!! atb and thanks

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Just browsing and found this thread: really, really good photos and 'how to' instructions. Please can a mod pin this ... it deserves it. :thumbs:

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Just browsing and found this thread: really, really good photos and 'how to' instructions. Please can a mod pin this ... it deserves it. :thumbs:

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very good write up,excellent pic's,as a 40 year+ in butchering

very good knife work.One of the best I've seen.

atb thenetter.

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very good write up,excellent pic's,as a 40 year+ in butchering

very good knife work.One of the best I've seen.

atb thenetter.

 

I too am a 40+ year knife artist Netter,I did a lot of contract muscle boning back in the 80's and it had to be perfect and lots of it or you didn't get paid,and back then believe it or not I was taking home £700 a week and bought my house on the strength of it,so I do have a fair old grounding in the art.........lol

I'm glad everyone has enjoyed it as that is why I put it up.

 

Martin

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As a retired butcher I like to see how other butchers prepare their carcases.

I must say your work is as good as I have seen, good on you,

a t b. paul.

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