Handling Harvested Game: Episode 3, Deboning

. WARNING: The following video and/or content may be disturbing to some viewers. Viewer discretion is advised. In this Episode 3 video series Bob Cordes, a wildlife biologist with the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, and Brandon Fields, an applied meat science manager with PIC, provides details for deboning to aid with your next steps of processing the meat. This tutorial is for boneless processing and is useful and/or applicable for maintaining compliance with Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) laws traveling between states. Be sure to check out the…

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Handling Harvested Game: Episode 2, Skinning

. WARNING: The following video and/or content may be disturbing to some viewers. Viewer discretion is advised. In this Episode 2 video series Bob Cordes, a wildlife biologist with the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, and Brandon Fields, an applied meat science manager with PIC, shows the full process of skinning a deer. Be sure to check out the entire video series: Handling Harvested Game: Episode 1, Field Dressing, https://youtu.be/bfdDz1fHTbA Handling Harvested Game: Episode 2, Hanging & Skinning, https://youtu.be/gblKwccvz8k Handling Harvested Game: Episode 3, Deboning, https://youtu.be/2MKYl-TdUDs Handling Harvested…

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Handling Harvested Game: Episode 1, Field Dressing, FNR-555-WV

. WARNING: The following video and/or content may be disturbing to some viewers. Viewer discretion is advised. In this Episode 1 video series Bob Cordes, a wildlife biologist with the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, shows safe techniques and proper handling for wholesome source of meat for yourself and your family. The taste and enjoyment of your wild venison will improve by following these tips. Be sure to check out the entire video series: Handling Harvested Game: Episode 1, Field Dressing, https://youtu.be/bfdDz1fHTbA Handling Harvested Game: Episode 2, Hanging…

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Shelter From a Snowstorm | Primal Survivor

MAN (VOICEOVER): But even here, there’s no escape from the storm. I have to get out of this freezing wind. Best I can do is just find a quick shelter behind the wind shadow of these trees. I dig down through the snow at the base of a spruce, making a hole just big enough to fit myself into. Snow is the key to keeping warm out here. Fresh snow is up to 95% trapped air, and that air acts as a powerful insulator– trapping heat and preventing it from…

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