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Thread: My First Deer Skinning And Processing

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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    A bit more on the feeling rushed, as stated cut deer into larger pieces and then just work on a smaller section, one at a time, leaving the rest in the fridge, cooling until you have the energy to finish the job. It IS a lot of work, but way worth the effort.
    I wish there was room to put quarters in my fridge. Even if there was I don't know if the wife would go for that. My meat sat on ice in coolers. I had several frozen gallon jugs, and 40 pounds of ice in coolers that had to suffice.
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    Yummm. I hope I get one for rifle season.
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    I'm already super itching to get another after going through this thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MLN1963 View Post
    I wish there was room to put quarters in my fridge. Even if there was I don't know if the wife would go for that. My meat sat on ice in coolers. I had several frozen gallon jugs, and 40 pounds of ice in coolers that had to suffice.
    we have 2 fridges now that 4x5 moved up here.. so it is easy for us... your system should be just fine all it needs is to be below 40* or so cooler the better of corse just short of frezzing
    It's all fun an games till you put that big boy on the ground.. now its time to get to work
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    Pick up a used fridge at a local dealer or Craig'slist, find a corner in the garage, and you'll be set. Having an extra fridge is a huge help.
    Last edited by elkslayer4x5; 11-17-2011 at 07:04 AM.
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