Discussion in 'Hunting, Fishing & Camping' started by FrankenCub, Dec 19, 2018.
May have to try it next year.
Have you ever seen them used compressed air to remove the skin?
How about that traveling butcher in NZ? He is great.
We do something similar, but much faster, at the camp I go to.
They're strung up to a tree by the neck. We sawsall the legs at the same spot shown in the video, then cut the hide in a circle around the neck. We pull that hide back from that cut at the neck a little bit, to the point that we can wrap a ball (think golf ball or trailer ball) under the hide. We then tie a rope around the ball (which is wrapped in hide), attach the other end of the rope to a truck, and slowly drive away. The hide strips right off.
I'll try to remember to get a video of it next year to show you guys.
Like this I guess.
IMHO he wastes too much meat. I dont get many deer so I even take off neck and rib meat for the grind bucket.
if you got the time doing it your self .. go for it ..
I'll try n do it this way now .. and not pay 70 to 100 bucks for someone else ..
so i looses a few pounds ..
section the neck out .. .. improve on his method ..
this could even be done in the field .. and tossed in a back pack carry out ..
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