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    Butcher it yourself

    http://www.wonderhowto.com/how-to-jo...e-deer-243844/

    Notice no gloves and other Heath and safety Issues not complied with
    Last edited by Mannlicher_Stu; 04-08-2010 at 20:50.

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    he makes it look so easy... i am sure that its been sped up ha ha ......

    f.

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    Personaly I thought it a good video and I butcher my deer in much the same way... no gloves (my butcher never uses them) just wash my hands first, clean apron. Chain mail left hand glove can be useful if you clumsy (I could have done with one a few times).

    Sterile surfaces, waste bin to lob bits in pretty tidy job I would say. Cannot see the H&S issues mentioned above!

  4. #4
    I used this series when I butchered my first carcase as well. I found it hugely helpfull and was very easy to repeat.

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    i also learnt from the series helped me no end,wayne

  6. #6
    Seems ok to me i dont use gloves when butchering i like to feel the grip of the knife.A good wash and the correct soap.

  7. #7
    If your worried about buchery the BASC run course, i have booked myself on one to brush up and it seems you need peicies of paper for everything these days!
    In regione caecorum rex est luscus

  8. #8
    anyone know a cheap place for the red chopping block he uses for the video, prefer a contact rather than the usual try a butchery supplies ..

    cheers f.

  9. #9
    hi mate try cromwell tools,they are good value i got a boning knife and butchers knife exellent.wayne

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    Quote Originally Posted by mereside View Post
    hi mate try cromwell tools,they are good value i got a boning knife and butchers knife exellent.wayne
    cheers wayne,

    will do.

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