Sep 13, 2021

Whitetail Deer: An Enduring Commodity

A 120-130lb animal (20% of the live weight is comprised of mostly stomach, intestines, and a bit of blood) will field dress down to about +/- 100lbs . If you’re prepared to harvest the internal organs (heart, lungs, liver, kidney) then you’re talking 45lbs of meat and 55lbs of hide, bone, brain, and other tissue: What can be consumed breaks down as follows: 45lbs of pure, lean, red meat: 6-8lbs of organ meat; +/- 20lbs of steak; and 18-20lbs of ground meat.

Sep 10, 2021

Venison Chili Recipe

Chili is the ultimate cold weather comfort food. The best part about chili is the ability to prepare a large batch ahead of time and freeze it. A large container of chili comes with us in our cooler for our week long adventure in the mini cabin. A staple that can warmed over a portable stove. This hunting camp delicacy can then be poured in a bread bowl. A warm, hearty treat, after a night in the woods with those you care about. Stories told around the table of our success and near misses. Moments like these make me wonder if it is the time with others that warm me or the chili.

Aug 27, 2021

Venison Cheeseburger Recipe

Ground venison is a lean, high protein meat. Many would argue that you need to add fat to the ground venison. Personally, I think this changes the health benefits and the taste. In order to help these burgers stay together, bread crumbs and egg are added.

Aug 16, 2021

Hunting Whitetail Deer: Keep Doing Your Part to Reduce Greenhouse Gases

It means that If Men, Women, and Children in just North America - who enjoy the sport of hunting - suddenly stopped acting like the natural predators we are, then it’s quite possible that within 10 years the Deer population would be near that of domesticated cattle (nearly 1 billion animals) and Deer (who’s population doubles every 2 years if left unchecked) would account for a significant percentage of the world’s CO2 emissions.

Aug 5, 2021

Whitetail Hunting: A Memorialized Harvest

"Feeding deer has always had more to do with giving back to the herd and less to do with ensuring a successful hunt. Fast forward to the mid-90s; as teenagers we found other ways to feed the local herd where we hunted. With our bait-piling days in the rearview mirror and a used tiller in hand we started our first food plots the only way we knew how, illegally."
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