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butchering a deer

I was fortunate enough to get a fawn doe this morning. After seeing a post last week on butchering deer I was wondering if anyone in chester\montg area would be willing to show me how to properly cut it up? If so please call 484-651-9557(Matt) Thanks
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Just cut along the dotted line. It is easy . I learned by watching a butcher several years ago. I would think someone in your area would be glad to show you. Do you have it stored where it will stay cool until it can be cut up?

The meat slices better when it is cold.

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Matthew 22:37-40
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They aint gonna help. If he shot it, gutted it, took it home, and hung it up, it's a pretty good bet that it's really really dead.

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Re: butchering a deer

Where are you located? Has anyone called you yet? I've done a few but am by no means an expert. I was planning on heading out after work to sit on stand a while but I could help you out if you don't mind waiting a little (I'm still at work)

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Where are you located? Has anyone called you yet? I've done a few but am by no means an expert. I was planning on heading out after work to sit on stand a while but I could help you out if you don't mind waiting a little (I'm still at work)
Thanks for the offer and call. Good luck on your sit and maybe (hopefully) next time. I believe you're close (I'm by 100\663).
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Cut Deer 8 minutes

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=xijmge8_NJw
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Re: butchering a deer

wish i was close i would help you. I have been doing my own deer for about 8 years and i think i am pretty good at it. Hope someone helps ya out
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After this video there are ALOT of links to other videos on all kind of deer butchering that is VERY helpfull.
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