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Old 06-07-2019, 02:00 PM
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I'm 61 years old my father did not hunt. My uncles on my mother's side They Hunted but they also have lots of kids and lived in Maryland on farms. A lot of my friends fathers Hunted always for deer or goose or both. Now that the hunting lands fast food I'm just the whole Generations changing no one's hunting or very few. No one knows how to skin a rabbit or squirrel or even a deer take a duck pic a goose feathers that is I see the populations are over flourishing. On a trip Upstate New York one year I saw so many deer I had to stop the car I was amazed look like a scene Out of Africa. I live in Kentucky and I travel a lot I'm a blacksmith I shoe race horses. I have a few rifles and pistols and I really enjoyed shooting mostly target love the ground hog hunt but no time. now we feed our families from grocery stores we don't feed him from the farm lands of the fields there could be a way that we can spend our herds and feed the poor would be a great thing to do thank you

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Old 06-08-2019, 07:24 AM
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I'm 61 years old my father did not hunt. My uncles on my mother's side They Hunted but they also have lots of kids and lived in Maryland on farms. A lot of my friends fathers Hunted always for deer or goose or both. Now that the hunting lands fast food I'm just the whole Generations changing no one's hunting or very few. No one knows how to skin a rabbit or squirrel or even a deer take a duck pic a goose feathers that is I see the populations are over flourishing. On a trip Upstate New York one year I saw so many deer I had to stop the car I was amazed look like a scene Out of Africa. I live in Kentucky and I travel a lot I'm a blacksmith I shoe race horses. I have a few rifles and pistols and I really enjoyed shooting mostly target love the ground hog hunt but no time. now we feed our families from grocery stores we don't feed him from the farm lands of the fields there could be a way that we can spend our herds and feed the poor would be a great thing to do thank you

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Yeah, these "modern times" are a trip. I'm only 30, but I prefer to not watch cable and spend my time fishing and hunting/shooting as much as possible. I guess I'm one of a dying breed that actually like to produce game from the natural environment and keep up on survival skills. I'm just doing for fun as I have done since I was a kid, lol.
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Old 06-08-2019, 02:12 PM
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My family didnít hunt either.Too much up close experience with the war in europe.Met a pair of twins in high school/college that loved to shoot,hunt and fly fish.I was hooked.Lost touch with them years ago,but those three interests stayed with me for years.
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Old 06-08-2019, 03:46 PM
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I shot my first deer at age 9 and dad had me hold the legs still while he skinned it in hanging in the garage. We cleaned and packaged for freezing everything ourselves all our lives.
I wanted some sausage made years ago and took my ready to be ground meat to a local place. They had deer lying about that folks wanted cut up and packaged. One of the skinned deer looked furry from all the hair on it. I asked what they did to get the hair off and he said; "Nothing, we process the deer like we get em and tell the customers the so." When I incredulously stated/asked so they get their deer cut up and packaged with the hair all over it then?? He laughed and said; "Yup!"
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I've seen a few like that Al. You can take the deer to them as it comes out of the field, untouched and you will get clean meat. Or you can do it yourself and you will get what you take in. I always clean my own and cut it up for them to grind or run through the tenderizer. If you make a mess and take them a mess some won't even take it.
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Sausage is the one thing that may not have all of your meat in it. When sausage is being made most butchers will dump everybody's meat for grind into a large tube. Those I have talked to say it is to much work and time consuming to do one persons deer at a time. They do say that all of the steaks and roasts will be from your deer. Makes sense to me when you see how many deer they have to process.
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Sausage is the one thing that may not have all of your meat in it. When sausage is being made most butchers will dump everybody's meat for grind into a large tube. Those I have talked to say it is to much work and time consuming to do one persons deer at a time. They do say that all of the steaks and roasts will be from your deer. Makes sense to me when you see how many deer they have to process.
The place I mentioned used only my meat for the grind at whatever ratio I wanted. They bagged and wrote the names on em so others wouldn't get hairy burgers and wotnot. Cost more than other places but I got what I paid for.
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