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Home Deer Processing DVD
An excellent DVD by Bill Buero, professional meat cutter, avid hunter and excellent teacher. Bill owned one of the largest deer processing shops in southeast Michigan for twenty years, processing thousands of deer each year. He's seen it all, developed his own simple methods of processing, and now he's revealing his secrets as he retires his knives.
"With thousands of repeat customers, quality has always been priority one!" - Bill
• Easy 4-step field dressing method
• Learn how to avoide breaking the bladder
• Step-by-step method for skinning your deer
• Learn to keep the hair off your meat
• Easily pull the parts without using a saw
• Learn the shapes of the bones
• Excellent double-wrapping techniques we developed as we didn't like rewrapping "leakers"
• No more mystery cuts, learn your cuts of meat and the different uses of each cut
• Learn what to keep, what to grind, what to throw away, and why
• Learn how not to get cut with a knife - Don't let the knife say "I gotcha"
“The video is well made and the instructions are clear.”
– Mal J., FL
This video was a great for me to learn from. I have only field dressed one deer in the past with the help from another hunter. Most times I hunt by myself and needed to have a visual aid to learn from before I went out hunting again. This video was easy to understand and showed me exactly what I needed to know, it was a good refresher from what I have learned but wasn't sure that I remembered everything to do while dressing a deer. I recommend this video for those who want to learn how to properly dress a deer... Great video! !Was this review helpful to you?
Very helpful with deer processing.Was this review helpful to you?
I bought this video because I am a novice at field dressing deer. I have always let the processor do it. We recently moved and there are no processors that I can find anywhere near to where I am hunting so I figured that it would be best to at least learn to field dress the deer before making the trip to a processor. The video is well made and the instructions are clear. The only problem that I had with the video is that it was difficult to see what was happening. I know that it is difficult to record inside the deer but I would have liked to have had a better view of where the incision was being made. I can probably figure it out though from the description Including the butchering at home segment was a definite plus. Overall, a well-made production.Was this review helpful to you?