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    Butchery course in scotland

    I would like to know if anybody knows of a butchery course running in scotland? Myself and a friend would be very interested.

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    Neil
    I would be interested in this course as well and may be able get someone else along. If a couple more are interested it may prompt someone to set up a course. Let me know if you hear of anything.

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    Contact Andrew at the Store Company in Foveran just a few miles from you - he runs butchery courses. http://thestorecompany.co.uk/index.p...ion=HOME&id=72 tell him David recommended him!

    Admin: I have no fiduciary connections with the Store Company at all - they are however great supporters of countrysports and the rural way of life.

    Edit: just looked at your profile I see you are in Newburgh, Fife not Newburgh, Aberdeenshire - maybe a bit of a trip!

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    Now this is an ancient thread, but I think there will be a group of us who want to learn how to butcher our deer more effectively.
    How do we do this? This thread is four years old. Things must have moved on - apart from the excellent YouTube videos available.
    Somebody on this excellent forum must be able to give us an answer.

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    I'm happy to host a venison butchery course near Newtyle if there's enough interest? If interested parties want to PM me direct I can gauge demand and get something set up. Course content will include basic carcass-handling, practical demonstration, course notes (possibly a DVD) and perhaps extra content based on individuals requirements . . . . .


    Last edited by Woodsmoke; 22-10-2016 at 20:36.
    A Man should be wise, but never too wise. He who does not know his fate in advance is free of care

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    Nothing like hands on .
    Anything north Arshire give us a shout.

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    Well, Woodsmoke, needless to say, I'm in. I wonder how we can rustle up some extra interested parties?

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    Well, I'm sure if we can't run a course we can make some sort of a trade between ourselves
    A Man should be wise, but never too wise. He who does not know his fate in advance is free of care

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    As said on other post if I'm home I'm in , & ifxaway hopefully other opportunities

    Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodsmoke View Post
    I'm happy to host a venison butchery course near Newtyle if there's enough interest? If interested parties want to PM me direct I can gauge demand and get something set up. Course content will include basic carcass-handling, practical demonstration, course notes (possibly a DVD) and perhaps extra content based on individuals requirements . . . . .


    Certainly interested in this...

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