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Hunting can be a favorite pastime for many people, and while it can give you an opportunity to spend time in nature, it can also afford you delicious meats. However, the act of processing wild game can be fairly unpleasant, and if you do not have the correct skills, you may inadvertently ruin it. Luckily, there are wild game processing services that can help you by taking the animals you hunts and providing you with the meat from it.
How Much Of The Meat Will Be Processed?
There is often much confusion from new hunters when it comes to the amount of meat that they will be getting from their kills. However, there are many factors that can go into this, and you may not have an accurate understanding until the animal is examined by the butcher at a butcher shop. For example, poor shot placement can spoil large sections of the meat, and pre-existing injuries to the animal may also reduce the available meat. However, a trained butcher will be able to ensure that as much of the edible meat is preserved as possible.
Will Transporting The Meat Be Difficult?
Transporting the game that you hunt to the processing facility can be a rather labor intensive task as the animals will need to be loaded into the back of a truck and transported. However, the process of picking your finished meat up from the facility will be fairly simple. When you arrive, you will present your identification and some services will have you pay at this point. The processed meat will be wrapped in butcher paper and loaded into boxes so that it can be easily transported. Most services will freeze the meat, and you may want to bring a cooler if you live more than a short drive from the processing facility.
Does The Initial Freezing Severely Impair The Taste Of The Meat?
Some individuals may be worried about their processed meat being frozen. While using a traditional freezer can degrade the taste of the meat, processing facilities will use specially designed freezers that can avoid this problem. This is due to the fact that these systems can flash freeze the meat. By freezing the meat as rapidly as possible, degradation can be avoided as the actual meat fibers will suffer less damage. For this reason, you should be careful to avoid letting the meat thaw until you are ready to use it as your freezer is unlikely to be suited for this task.