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    Grilled dogs & deer meat burgers last evening. That's the view from the outdoor kitchen. The thingy is to hang & clean a deer. Which burbanites among you have one of these in your back yard? [No offense to the burbanites. ]
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    We used the tree in the front yard to clean the deer, then it went into the shed for hanging. It was easier to keep it cool. Sometimes the neighbor across the street used our tree also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marica View Post
    Which burbanites among you have one of these in your back yard? [No offense to the burbanites].
    Well, they don't live in the 'burbs, but two of my cousins have these hoists. It's work related. They drive for "legitimate businessmen..."
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    we always cleaned the deer in the woods, took it home to hang for a few days, then cut it up and packaged it basment
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    Have a couple in the back of my shop. It's a boat trailer winch bolted to the post and pulley up to the rafter with hooks to hang deer. Better to let it hang and cool without being in the open air for bugs and others to see. Besides it's nice to be out of the snow and rain under a roof. Many an animal has been cut up over 50 years.
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    Handy tress abound. And less messy

    Or a tie beam in the barn.
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    When I hunt we field dress. Being a burbanite my neighbors would frown on a deer hanging from the Oak out front. Then again, what do I give a rats ass what my neighbors think.
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    I’m spoiled. For years before I retired there was a truck driver that every year would bring me a cooler full of ice with two shoulders, two thighs, and two back straps.
    In return I would give him as many farm fresh eggs as he could eat during the year.
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    I just use the tractor's front end loader to lift and peel the skin of the carcass.. Do it outside a barn with a large sink and cutting table but if it's raining I can gut and skin inside the barn.
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    I'm at that point in my life that my illegals do the skinning.

    When they hear the shot, the come haulin' ass out the woods, grab the dear and field dress it. Then doube-time it back to the shed for skinning and butchering. To the untrained eye, you'd think I was Willy2 Wonka and they were my Ooompa Loompa's!
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