Photo of Bob Hermen with a monster buck
This is one beautiful buck! But how do those antlers taste? This deer is a beauty to hang on the wall, but a nice doe would be much tastier and help reduce the massive deer population in West Virgina. Learn more…..
Hunting & processing deer is typically something passed down from generation to generation, but how do you know that the information being passed along is correct? Here is updated, research based information on how to process your own deer!WVU Venison Fact Sheet Preparation
WVU Venison Fact Sheet Field Dressing
WVU Venison Fact Sheet Diseases
WVU Venison Fact Sheet Skinning
WVU Venison Fact Sheet Aging
Venison Recipes Jerky and BBQ
We Can Meats and Poultry
We Can Ready Set Go
Video on Gutting Deer
WVU Extension Agents have been teaching classes on how to process venison. Read this article to learn more about a participant’s view.
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