This might be more of a disease issue, but I was wondering how everyone out there deals with a carcass that comes in with a few keds and or ticks. On the carcasses I have home processed( I still have a non-heated but enclosed outdoor space that is all sanitary etc.) I had not had much if anything on the deer I processed, but this last one had keds and ticks. The carcass was in good condition, and the animal did not look stressed otherwise. I learned very quickly the importance of aprons and tight fitting clean clothing! No wooly jumpers either! Both keds and ticks seem to be quite resilient and do not die so easily. All I could do was keep mopping down the floor to make sure they did not spread with water only as no strong disinfectant could be used. Once the hide was off then they could be isolated. Is there any method for killing them on the carcass that does not contaminate the meat, or do you just have to get the hide off, strip down and shower up and hope for the best? Of course too this might be important if there are other carcasses in the larder. Please advise.