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deer meat?Your 02 cents?

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larry@stinescorner

10-12-2017 13:18:01




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Heres another thought,,I dont buy a lot of beef ,Even though I dont hunt,,,I do get venison from the hunters on our farm.Also my friends who hunt here in NJ give me venison too.the hunters in NJ get a lot of deer,,and are glad to give me pieces.I m not too bad at cutting them up,,,and have an old grinder that works well. When the deer grow up and feed around soybean and cornfields the venison is exceptional in my opinion. Who else on the site here likes deermeat?

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Royse

10-13-2017 21:03:16




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 Re: deer meat?Your 02 cents? in reply to larry@stinescorner, 10-12-2017 13:18:01  
We like it. The trick to venison tasting good is in how it is cleaned.

I really don't care how it's cooked, if it's not cleaned right, it can be gamey and nasty.
Beef and other meat turns out poorly too, if improperly cleaned and butchered.



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midTNDEERE

10-13-2017 19:26:23




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 Re: deer meat?Your 02 cents? in reply to larry@stinescorner, 10-12-2017 13:18:01  
Beef. It's what's for dinner. That's my houses' motto. I've always said the if vineson was all that good, people would pen them up and grocery stores would sell it in their meat departments. The only good vineson I've eaten has been mixed with pork or seasoned to the point in which you couldn't tell it from opossum.



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ericlb

10-13-2017 09:47:08




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 Re: deer meat?Your 02 cents? in reply to larry@stinescorner, 10-12-2017 13:18:01  
i do, we cant eat any meat that isnt range meat, fortunately we can get range feed beef from a neighbor as well as lamb, but i have several hunters who drop us off deer when all of it wont fit in their freezers, we also get elk, and buffalo, my favorite, i had bighorn sheep one time but i didnt care for it, it had quite a whang to it, it may have been what the critter had been feeding on i dont know

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Greg1959

10-13-2017 21:12:26




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 Re: deer meat?Your 02 cents? in reply to ericlb, 10-13-2017 09:47:08  
ericlb- "we cant eat any meat that isn't range meat"....

What the heck do you mean???? Please explain!!!



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gordosd

10-13-2017 09:35:48




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 Re: deer meat?Your 02 cents? in reply to larry@stinescorner, 10-12-2017 13:18:01  
Mine are skinned within an hour of shooting. Boned and covered with ice in a cooler within another three hours.



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Fred Werring

10-13-2017 09:06:59




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 Re: deer meat?Your 02 cents? in reply to larry@stinescorner, 10-12-2017 13:18:01  
I keep the backstraps and tenderloins, plus a couple decent roasts for jerky, grind up the rest.

Use about 30% pork with the ground venison to make smoked summer sausages.

Good stuff.

Fred



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NoNewParts

10-13-2017 06:02:20




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 Re: deer meat?Your 02 cents? in reply to larry@stinescorner, 10-12-2017 13:18:01  
basic staple.

Beef is better of course....but you will only know that if you buy/can afford beef....

I'm really fond of venison jerky too.

tips,

-do a careful, clean job of field-dressing.

-get that hide off as soon as possible..morning deer? have that hide off by noon...

-small pieces stir-fried quickly with veggies in olive oil is best.(at the table, a splash of Viva Italian dressing or Franks hot sauce...good)
-larger cuts, always cook with a lot of onions (you don't have to eat the onions...they just draw out the gamey)

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4520bw

10-13-2017 03:06:57




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 Re: deer meat?Your 02 cents? in reply to larry@stinescorner, 10-12-2017 13:18:01  
The trick to good meat is to get it field dressed and hanging ASAP. I like to hang mine for a week before I cut it up,be sure no to get any of the fat or the white tendon into the meat. The weekend warriors that drive around with there deer in the truck to show off are just making the meat taste gamey.



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teddy52food

10-13-2017 06:03:16




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 Re: deer meat?Your 02 cents? in reply to 4520bw, 10-13-2017 03:06:57  
I found that cutting them up the same day or day after kill is best. It is usually too warm to let them hang that long here in mid Mn. Been eating it all my life. Dad used to let them hang too & I ate a lot of strong meat because of it.



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Roger in Wisconsin

10-13-2017 05:55:32




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Yes, taking care of the carcass is important. A clean gutting and cool down. We age ours in a walk in cooler for 7 to 10 days. We butcher them ourselves, steaks, stews, and hamburger made with beef steak fat trimmings. Delicious. My Dad called them the "Kings Deer" a reference to the old days when only the Kings ate deer.



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kcm.MN

10-12-2017 22:56:14




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 Re: deer meat?Your 02 cents? in reply to larry@stinescorner, 10-12-2017 13:18:01  
Wow! BEAUTIFUL pic!!!



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jamstra

10-12-2017 22:50:45




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 Re: deer meat?Your 02 cents? in reply to larry@stinescorner, 10-12-2017 13:18:01  
Nothing beats some really fresh (still warm, preferably) roe deer liver, thinly sliced, rolled in oatmeal, fried in butter and served with a fried egg and some fried onions! Or is that a Scottish thing!



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Lou from Wis.

10-12-2017 19:23:36




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 Re: deer meat?Your 02 cents? in reply to larry@stinescorner, 10-12-2017 13:18:01  
Been hunting for many years and nothing (in my opinion) beats venison and new potatoes.When the wife was still here, she caned many a quart jars and We still have some on the shelf.Last several years I use a disabled hunting permit so I cant walk and hunt like I use to.Permit display doesn't cost any thing but it's required to display it on the dash so the game warden can view it.Son and I will be at it again this year.After he walks and get his,he drives me around and the law permits me to shoot from the vehicle and from the right side( not across the highway)only.There are some restrictions that is needed to keep folks honest and legal.I still enjoy the season and love to get one for winters meat,
Regards,Lou & Victor,

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Eldon (WA)

10-12-2017 18:39:01




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Had it once or twice when I was a kid and liked to hunt...would rather pay for beef or pork now....



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Billy Shafer

10-12-2017 22:26:26




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 Re: deer meat?Your 02 cents? in reply to Eldon (WA), 10-12-2017 18:39:01  
I have a cousin that is like me. We could do without it. Of course we are the outcast during that time of year. Can't stand lamb cooking either. Makes me want to throw up.



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jdr1943

10-12-2017 18:08:59




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 Re: deer meat?Your 02 cents? in reply to larry@stinescorner, 10-12-2017 13:18:01  
I hunted deer in Iowa the first year they opened it for non residents 1992 I think not sure got one about 30 minutes after opening morning had the local butcher in Union,Ia (Hardin County)to grind part and mix fifteen percent pork fat and made summer sausage with the rest it didn't last very long when I got home (NC)



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Cory Schmidt

10-12-2017 17:57:58




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 Re: deer meat?Your 02 cents? in reply to larry@stinescorner, 10-12-2017 13:18:01  
that good eatin, taste almost like beef being corn, bean, grass and grain fed around here.....my (now ex) sister in law wouldn't eat it. So one day we made some stew up........ you guessed it used venison. My brother was in on it, said oh look has some fat must be beef. Then after she mentioned it tastes great we told the truth that it was venison, she lost her mind with that one.



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mj

10-12-2017 17:53:57




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 Re: deer meat?Your 02 cents? in reply to larry@stinescorner, 10-12-2017 13:18:01  
If it ain't been run to death or bled out with an arrow I'll take venison over elk or cow anyday!



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Nick m

10-12-2017 17:49:46




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 Re: deer meat?Your 02 cents? in reply to larry@stinescorner, 10-12-2017 13:18:01  
I try to get one per year to grind into burger. It's not bad, but prefer beef. Venison gets used in chili, spaghetti, other things with lots of flavor. I'll take beef for a good burger.



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Spook

10-12-2017 17:33:20




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 Re: deer meat?Your 02 cents? in reply to larry@stinescorner, 10-12-2017 13:18:01  
I used to like it, but I have gotten concerned about the chronic wasting disease, the deer version of mad cow. Chances of getting it are pretty low, but the result is always fatal.



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gtractorfan

10-12-2017 17:04:56




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 Re: deer meat?Your 02 cents? in reply to larry@stinescorner, 10-12-2017 13:18:01  
This reminds me, are you going to go to the hunters' cabin this year that you've shown us?



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larry@stinescorner

10-12-2017 17:06:11




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 Re: deer meat?Your 02 cents? in reply to gtractorfan, 10-12-2017 17:04:56  
Hope so,,,,its a good time,,,even if you dont hunt,,,lol



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grayrider

10-12-2017 16:49:38




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 Re: deer meat?Your 02 cents? in reply to larry@stinescorner, 10-12-2017 13:18:01  
Love deer meat, like to have smoked Link sausage made out of it at a local meat house, I make my own smoked jerky that my family devours and canít get enough of and then we like to fry the back straps, yum yum



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gab

10-12-2017 16:43:42




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 Re: deer meat?Your 02 cents? in reply to larry@stinescorner, 10-12-2017 13:18:01  
Went deer hunting once when I was a junior in high school. Shot a big doe before I even got to the timber in self defense. Was walking through a water way in a corn field when three does with a buck behind were running straight at me. Was the second one in the county checked in and the check in place was around 20 miles away. Hated everything about it including the deer meat, would much rather hunt coons.

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David G

10-12-2017 16:30:10




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I do not care for it, let others hunt my ground to keep deer down.



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sms

10-12-2017 16:29:11




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 Re: deer meat?Your 02 cents? in reply to larry@stinescorner, 10-12-2017 13:18:01  
I vote Yes for venison. As others have said cooking makes a big difference. Also like elk.



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hd6gtom

10-12-2017 16:05:27




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Dogs love it.



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steve19438

10-12-2017 16:03:44




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 Re: deer meat?Your 02 cents? in reply to larry@stinescorner, 10-12-2017 13:18:01  
venison is good but give me beef any day.



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Jim in Ma.

10-12-2017 15:51:22




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 Re: deer meat?Your 02 cents? in reply to larry@stinescorner, 10-12-2017 13:18:01  
I'll take venison over beef any day young and tender is best. That being said, a lot depends on the cook. If you doubt it just take a roast, cut it in half and have two women each cook one. more often then not the meat will come out different.



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old

10-12-2017 15:01:41




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 Re: deer meat?Your 02 cents? in reply to larry@stinescorner, 10-12-2017 13:18:01  
Pound for pound we eat more deer meat then any other type of meat, I have an old hand grinder and I grind up probably at least 50% of the deer into hamburger and use it in many things that way. When I say old grinder it has a date stamp of 1896 or something like that



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Goose

10-12-2017 14:39:56




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 Re: deer meat?Your 02 cents? in reply to larry@stinescorner, 10-12-2017 13:18:01  
I like it, and so does our daughter. My wife won't eat it, so that leaves more for daughter and I.



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KURK1

10-12-2017 14:32:30




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 Re: deer meat?Your 02 cents? in reply to larry@stinescorner, 10-12-2017 13:18:01  
We eat a lot of deer burger, especially in tacos. Back straps and tenderloins are the best cuts, especially grilled or smoked. I just put them in a bag with a little olive oil and a blend of peppers. No marinade, and don't let it sit in this pepper-olive oil for more than 30 minutes. Get the grill nearly red hot, and only cook for a short time, flip once. I usually grill them in whole pieces about 8" long. I usually tell people if they can't stomach eating it rare, don't try it, it will be dry and liver flavored.

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larry@stinescorner

10-12-2017 14:39:37




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I agree ,well done only works in stew or soup etc,,for venison



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kcm.MN

10-12-2017 14:19:16




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I've heard it both ways. They "look" the same to me, and I've read much back-and-forth about it. ...My gut feeling is it's the same animal. Is probably a couple of ultra-minor differences, but still, it seems the caribou started out simply as reindeer that crossed over from the Russian landmass to the North American land mass back when it was dry land connecting.

Also had the chance to try a couple of other specialties over there. One was a European elk. Don't know if there's any difference between theirs and ours, but..... The other was, my buddy went on a hunting trip down to Ethiopia and brought back some sort of pygmy-like deer (can't remember what it was called). Both were very good, but reindeer was the tops!!

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rbhuntn

10-12-2017 14:16:14




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I get mine in the cooler as fast as possible. Tastes better that way.



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Charlie M

10-12-2017 14:14:28




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Hunters can't kill enough of them in this area for my 2 cents. They are very numerous and destructive around here. I hit one with my truck last fall - $3300 in damage. Having said that they are good eating when processed right. I occasionally see guys doing their own aging and cutting and the deer is hung in the back yard for a week at 60 degrees and they say it tastes gammy and want to blame it on what they eat. I know what they eat does make a difference but so does spoilage.

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KEB In GCMS

10-12-2017 14:10:50




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Me and my whole family likes it, except my mother. Usually try to put a couple in the freeezer every year.



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rbhuntn

10-12-2017 14:03:46




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Good eating on the hoof right there. Now go plug him.



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Russ from MN

10-12-2017 14:00:48




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We try to each get one, and we like it. We start out every season trophy hunting, and then if we don't get a big buck we get less fussy. Last year my wife had an antlerless permit, and used it, and this year I got one. There are an awful lot of deer around our cabin, we certainly should get a couple. Our 80 acres where the cabin is surrounded by farmland, rye and soybeans, but we have a 160 3 miles back in the woods with no farmland within 3 miles and the deer seem to taste the same. We have tried planting food plots back there but it is so gravely that it's hard to get anything to grow. The power line ROW cleared 13 acres across that and we planted some alsike clover in that area.

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rbhuntn

10-12-2017 13:59:48




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Had Reindeer in Germany when stationed there and I agree it is some goods eats.

Caribou just as good. If I remember they are almost the same animal just called by a different name in different parts of the world.

Both are really good eating I agree. Then again so is Bison.



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kcm.MN

10-12-2017 13:52:43




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I've only eaten venison one time while stateside, and it was not prepared well. Wife says I would like how she makes it....but then she knows how to fill that fussy cavern inside me! :wink:
Ate quite a bit of reindeer while in Finland. It's sold in stores where I was much more than beef, which really only has come about in the north there in the past 25 years or so. Anyway, that reindeer was THE best I'd ever tasted in my life!! No fat at all. Nothing but wonderful flavor. And much more tender than beef as well.

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rla

10-12-2017 13:50:56




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 Re: deer meat?Your 02 cents? in reply to larry@stinescorner, 10-12-2017 13:18:01  
The saying hold true , you are what you eat.. Farm fed Venison would my choice over deer that live off only forest browse. I know I shot a Black bear last year that ate corn off our farm.. Was a female, 205 pounds 3 year 10 months old.. She was By Far the best piece of wild big game I've ever eaten. Even better the moose taken from the northern territory's. Deer is great, just make sure you trim off all the fat, deer fat kills the taste of deer meat..

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wjytexas

10-12-2017 13:47:19




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I hunted for years. I'd pull the back straps and grind the rest into sausage and chili. The sausage was especially good if I got a feral hog at the same time. Stuffed some of the sausage and made pan sausage out of some. It is a lot of work though. I'd rather shoot at paper now.



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Mike M

10-12-2017 13:45:46




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My father in law could really fry up the backstraps in such a way it was great ! Even the kids would eat it. Most use it as burger and if put in dishes like chili or casseroles ? it tastes fine. Many parts of the country do not know what trail bologna is but here in Ohio we do. A lot of people have their deer meat made into trail bologna. The kids love that too !.



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Jon f mn

10-12-2017 13:34:59




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Icky!



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larry@stinescorner

10-12-2017 13:40:32




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you wouldn't give 02 cents for it? lol



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Jon f mn

10-12-2017 14:56:25




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Dogs seem to like it fine, but they eat each other's poop so.......



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Richard G.

10-12-2017 13:32:00




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Larry, our son keeps a freezer full of venison.
He hunts land that he farms and always gets his limit.
Richard



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Danny Prosser

10-12-2017 13:30:24




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ME! I love it and 5 out of 7 of my grandkids do to. They get mad if I don't get one. It's hard around here in West Tennessee unless you have big money to rent land or join a hunting club. I hunt my 11 1/2 acres and used to see quite a few but over the last several years the farmers has slaughtered the heard. Last year on 2 farms not far from me they killed over 300 for "crop damage" and they have to leave them laying. They get permission from the state wildlife agency. These are the same people who won't let anybody hunt. It's a same and a waste and makes me sick. But what can you do. Anyway when I am lucky enough to get one we enjoy it. I don't shot does even though here I can take 3 a day. I figure the farmers are hurting the population enough I let them walk.

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rbhuntn

10-12-2017 13:29:23




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Very nice. Sounds like a good friend. Better have the wife bake him a pie or two.



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rbhuntn

10-12-2017 13:23:59




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I deer hunt every year. Me and my family love it. I actually like to take small deer steaks and cook them on the George Forman grill. Then slice them up and put them on salad like you would grilled chicken.

We use a lot of ground venison on chilli, sloppy joes and Tacos.

Now I am getting hungry. May have to go bow hunting here in a week or two as I am out of venison in the freezer.

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larry@stinescorner

10-12-2017 13:27:24




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 Re: deer meat?Your 02 cents? in reply to rbhuntn, 10-12-2017 13:23:59  
My friend in NJ got one already,he knew I was not doing well,so the first one ,he cut it in pieces,,he said,,dont worry ,I have packages with your name on it.



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oldblue1

10-12-2017 13:23:36




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the best i love th e back strap the most.having deer burger pasta tonight.



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