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    Time before grallach?

    On one of my permishions the land owner dose not allow me to grallach the deer i shoot there he's not even happy about me bleeding them there, as he say's it attracts foxes and badgers, which like most farmers he hates them , however i keep the foxes under strict control but it's his farm and im quite rightly going to obey his wishes however strange.
    The nearest place i can do it is about 15-20 mins away by the time i'v dragged them out to the vehicle i'v tried using bags etc but not realy viable espically with big reds ok with roe but messy so i am currently takeing them away to my next permishion to grallach.
    Dose anyone have a better solution? something to put the grallach in that wont leak in my vehicle or is it ok to wait this long to do it, i must say i'v had no ill effects so far.

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    is it not possible to empty the grass bag (dogs love it),and take intestines away in a bucket or a 45 gallon plastic drum cut in half back at your vehicle or bury them on the land .

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    I often use the big flexible rubber 'Gorilla Tubs' which builders use. Even takes the contents of a red, but i normally empty the stomach contents first as that is just vegetable matter which can do no harm surely?
    MS

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    Sorry guys i have a jeep which she who must be obayed has banned me from putting anything forward of the rear seats (boot only for me) the track is V>V>V> rough andwith a big red in not much room to keep things upright, possibly something big enough that seals and leaves room for the beast tried a cool box but not quite there.

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    I have some of those stacking storage clip lid boxes "Really Useful Boxes", i use them for allsorts, including transporting tropical fish (in water!). Lid clips really well, and all sorts of sizes (think mine are 45lt), good strong handles too.
    Might be worth a try..

    Mike

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    Take gut out bag it tag it and then cable tie it place back in the cavity and remove the full thing no risk of contamination of the beast .What you are doing will cause you a problem at some time if you have nicked the grass bag or it has ruptured with the energy or a fragment of bone, the travelling will force green out on to good meat LIKE A TUBE OF TOOTH PASTE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6pointer View Post
    Take gut out bag it tag it and then cable tie it place back in the cavity and remove the full thing no risk of contamination of the beast .What you are doing will cause you a problem at some time if you have nicked the grass bag or it has ruptured with the energy or a fragment of bone, the travelling will force green out on to good meat LIKE A TUBE OF TOOTH PASTE.
    This is probably your best solution, other than that if you must move them before gralloch absolute maximum
    of thirty mins in cold weather a lot less when its warm.

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    gralloch

    hi get a plastic dustbin and o a suspended gralloch the just put the lid on and take to burial site
    atb tom

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