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Game Care Field Dressing Deer Video DVD

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  • Deer is the most popular species of game in North America. This video helps hunters know what to do next, after they harvest a deer.
  • The first step for hunters is to follow any regulations related to tagging the deer. But regulations vary by state or province.
  • The pointers were added to make certain the viewers know what the narrator is referring to when scent glands are mentioned.
  • This step helps ensure high quality venison for the table.
  • Field dressing safety practices are followed.
  • The video covers each important step.
  • Viewers get to see what the heart and liver look like.
  • Propping the chest cavity open to help cool the meat.
  • Hunters learn what to expect at a deer check station.
  • After checking the deer wildlife officials examine the deer for age and health.
  • Deer hanging in a cooler at a processing facility.
  • An experienced butcher demonstrates proper skinning techniques.
  • This graphic points out the various cuts of meat on a deer.
  • Students get a brief introduction to butchering options for their venison.
  • From the field to the table, responsible care of game meat will pay off when it is time to eat.
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Product Description

Game Care - Field Dressing Deer Video DVD

The Game Care - Field Dressing Deer Video DVD is designed for use in hunter education programs and advanced hunting clinics, but it is also used by many individual hunters who want to learn how to field dress and skin their deer. The video was produced to support legal compliance with all North American wildlife agency regulations, and tightly-edited to run for 11 minutes to make it fit with time constraints for hunter education classes and clinics.

Hunters are shown safe, legal, and responsibile field dressing and game care techniques including:

  • Why hunters should wear hunter orange clothing while dragging game or field-dressing deer
  • Why to wear protective gloves when handling deer
  • How to field dress a deer to cool the meat & the need to avoid dirt, heat, and moisture
  • Health and safety concerns when dragging a deer out
  • Legal requirements related to tagging and identifying harvested big game
  • How to identify the heart and liver
  • Cautions about broadheads, even for firearm hunters
  • The need to follow state or provincial wildlife agency guidelines regarding human health and Chronic Wasting Disease

This video was produced on actual hunts with wildlife officers, biologists, and hunter education instructors in Minnesota, Colorado, and Ohio.

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