How to Build a Home Butcher Shop
Any space including a garage, shop or storage shed can be turned into a game-processing center. Learn about hoists, knives, vacuum sealers, grinders and dehydrators you need to build your own butcher shop.
First Look: Weston Realtree 2-in-1 Jerky Slicer and Cuber/Tenderizer
The vertical Realtree 2-in-1 Jerky Slicer and Cuber/Tenderizer, from Weston, has 31 stainless-steel blades for tenderizing tough cuts of meat.
Learn to Make Meat
Attend a field-to-table event and you’ll never again need to rely on a butcher or chef to render your game into table fare.
Making Meat: How to Be Your Own Butcher
Follow these guidelines on how to cool, cut, age, prep and cook game meat, and you’ll never hear complaints about “gamey” flavor again.
Meat Hunting Grows
Contrary to popular belief, most hunters don’t hunt for a trophy but rather for the meat a successful hunt can provide, according to a survey launched in 2008 by Responsive Management of Harrisonburg, Va., which has measured various aspects of hunting for several states across the country for almost 30 years.
5 Things to Keep in Mind When Having Your Game Meat Processed
Whether you plan to do it yourself, or intend to use a butcher, here are some things to keep in mind so that you get the most out of processing your meat for delicious meals year-round.