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    Fallow Butchery

    Having eaten a few times at Mike Robinson's place in Fulham (and loved it). Does anyone else cut their fallow up like a beef animal? i.e. half the animal down the spine and then cut sirloins, t-bones etc? If so what do you use to half the animal.......

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    Butchers saw or a small toothed bog standard wood saw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaz View Post
    Butchers saw or a small toothed bog standard wood saw.
    Yes a wood saw is cheaper and better than the 'hacksaw' type butchers saw imo...I buy a couple of the throw away types.

    Btw I cut my fallow up as one does a sheep carcase.
    "you nae be needing these no more"
    I said as I slipped the knife through the cord

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    You reckon a boggo saw will do the job tidily? Halving the thing lengthways all the way along the spine? Not arguing just interested!

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    standard 10 teeth to the inch works a treat 2 4 1 @ b&q

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southernfairy View Post
    You reckon a boggo saw will do the job tidily? Halving the thing lengthways all the way along the spine? Not arguing just interested!
    Works as good as anything else, as said just use the small toothed ones.

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    Believe it of not,a Black and Decker Scorpion saw (think that was the model)

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    SD Regular johngryphon's Avatar
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    Cut a full length sambar up with a carpenters saw easy enough,or a home killed steer as well.I have done plenty of them.
    "you nae be needing these no more"
    I said as I slipped the knife through the cord

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    A mate of mine cut a fallow carcase with a circular saw and spent ages getting little bits of meat off the ceiling!!

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