How to Skin Deer, Elk, Antelope, Goat, or Sheep - Traditional Tanners
How to Skin Deer, Elk, Antelope, Goat, or Sheep Intro Skinning is a straight forward endeavor if you follow the body’s built in guidelines. This is because the skin and muscle tissue are naturally separated from one another by protective
Bleach Your Own Deer Skull for a Perfect DIY European Mount | The House That Never Slumbers
Bleach Your Own Deer Skull for the Perfect DIY European Mount – Let us show you how to bleach a deer skull to make your own European mount for display. We created a video of the process while preserving the skull and antlers of the buck my son recently harvested. It’s a simple and inexpensive … Bleach Your Own Deer Skull for a Perfect DIY European Mount Read More »
Lessons in Butchering Venison | Northern Woodlands Blog | Notes from the Editor
We hung a grizzled old deer in camp this year who was in less than ideal condition, meat-wise. He was sort of randy smelling in general – just all rutted up and glandula
12 Reasons Why Your Venison Tastes Like Hell
Is your deer meat tough, dry and gamy? It shouldn’t be. Check out this list of 12 deer-butchering sins to find out why your venison tastes bad — and how to make it better.
Mark Gilchrist butchers a deer, part 3 of 3
Mark Gilchrist, head chef at Game for Everything, Ltd, shows you the third video of a three part series on how to butcher a deer, following "Mark Gilchrist b...
Everything You Need to Know About Tanning Animal Pelts.
Everything You Need to Know About Tanning Animal Pelts.: This instructable will show you how to properly flesh, salt, and tann a animal pelt and driffernt ways of doing it. If you buy tanning solution follow the instructions that should come with it before you follow mine. sorry about the lack of pictures…
Backcountry Meat Care with Steven Rinella
One dream many bowhunters have is to spend an extended period of time in the backcountry chasing elk, deer or other big game animals. One of the biggest problems a backcountry hunter faces is what to do with the meat after the kill. When the daytime temperatures are in the fifties or cooler, a bowhunter can take his time cutting up and deboning an animal. When the temperatures are extremely warm, everything changes. Getting the meat off the animal and cooled down becomes a top priority. In…
The Best Tools for Home Butchering - GeorgiaPellegrini.com
A reader of this site recently asked me to do a blog post on what tools are needed for home butchering, so this is for you girlfriend. Home butchering is such a fun past time, and if you learn how to do it yourself you can save a lot of money. Buying a whole animal from a farm, for example, will allow you to break it down into all of …
13 Easy Steps on How to Butcher a Deer and Get the Perfect Venison
Venison is a healthy meat for consumption. Knowing how to butcher a deer is vital in a homesteading lifestyle. We'll explain how in 13 easy steps.