My understanding of the law with regards to supplying game to a game dealer is that with your DSC1 and therefore FSA Wild Game Meat Hygiene certificate, you could do so once you have done your checks etc and maintained the cool chain etc etc.
However I have met an abundance of people recently who supply game to the game dealer out of its jacket with no more than their DSC1. Are they as I assume, breaking the law? I often wonder if it is a way for the game dealer to make a few more pounds as he is not paying for the skin that must weigh up to 10kg on some deer, and saves him a job of skinning it or basically people supplying to butchers as opposed to game dealers who are not licensed to take deer in the skin.
If I am right and they are breaking the law, what would you need qualification wise to be able to sell out of the skin whole deer carcasses to a game dealer/butcher?