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    This is my third time processing a deer now.it is getting easier. very few knife marks on this one. The front legs and neck are still the hardest thing for me to do.

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    Yeah - I always do them first cuz after that it goes so smooth...

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    Looks good,congrats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spiker View Post
    Yeah - I always do them first cuz after that it goes so smooth...
    You must hang it by the head then?
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    It's getting closer!

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    Looks good. Thumbs up.

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    Have to go to a Christmas thing for wife. Just the hams are hanging. I wiped them down with a vinegar solution like them ElkSlayers. Hopefully it will help dry out the silver skin some.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MLN1963 View Post
    It's getting closer!

    Yep, looks a lot like what we do with 'em, as ES said remove the neck, and it'll be easier to get all the meat off the bone. Great job, now where's the boy, he's got two to learn on.
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