Processing Your Own Deer: A Family Affair Worth the Mess

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  • Nate's avatar

    Is that a 3/4 horse grinder?

  • Adam's avatar

    @Nate I believe so, but I have had for 8 years, don’t remember for certain.

  • Joseph's avatar

    Yes I do😎

  • Joseph's avatar

    Processing your own deer or other venison is the only way to go. I believe I have lost a lot of deer meat over the years taking it somewhere and letting them do it. Never again. I bought a meat grinder and a jerky cannon from Bass Pro and I have never looked back.

  • Adam's avatar

    @Joseph nice? What part of Arkansas do you hunt? I mainly hunt public land around LR.

  • Joseph's avatar

    @Adam I live in Elkins Arkansas right outside of Fayetteville. So North West Arkansas. I hunt White Rock WMA and private land in Forum Arkansas right outside of Huntsville Arkansas.

  • Hubert's avatar

    What is the brand of the grinder, if you have been using it 8 years, it must be a good one.

  • Adam's avatar

    @Hubert it is an LEM. I think I have done about 20 deer with it now.

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Adam C

Arkansas

I primarily bowhunt for whitetails on public land in Arkansas. I have also hunted in Texas, Missouri, BC, and Alberta.

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