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Field Notes - Tagged Deer Hunting

How To Process Your Own Deer

Quality venison doesn’t require a butcher. Easily process your own deer with simple steps from Lindsay Thomas Jr. of the Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA). These tips guide you to overlooked areas for prime meat, guaranteeing you get the most from your kill.  For the full story, visit Summit Treestands.

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Post Taxidermy Tips

Want to preserve your trophy buck? Follow our tips and protect your prizewinner long after it leaves the taxidermist. To remove dust and cobwebs, reverse your vacuum’s suction, and blow air along the animal’s hair pattern—not against it. Use liquid wood cleaner to polish antlers, and clean hair with a soft rag dampened with Windex. Place your trophy in a location away from direct sunlight and heat to prevent dry out and discoloration. For more advice on caring for your buck, read the full story at SummitStands.com.

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