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    I shot a little button buck today and was wanting to process it my self but am not exactly sure where to cut without murdering it.. It is cleaned and skinned.. I remember about a year ago I saw a video on the hoyt forum of a guy showing you exactly how to do it.... I can't seem to find that video on line... Can anyone help me... thank steven
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    Quote Originally Posted by IAHunter11 View Post
    I shot a little button buck today and was wanting to process it my self but am not exactly sure where to cut without murdering it.. It is cleaned and skinned.. I remember about a year ago I saw a video on the hoyt forum of a guy showing you exactly how to do it.... I can't seem to find that video on line... Can anyone help me... thank steven
    hoyt has a forum????

    but seriously its not that hard....Once you quarter it and have the quarters ona nice flat surface.....the lines of fat (membrane) almost are a cut by line guide....get some to help you and show you where to cut and after you do one you wont soon forget.....
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Here's a pretty good article, with some pictures. Bowmans right it's not difficult, just work with managable size pieces..
    http://www.biggamehunt.net/sections/..._11220412.html


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    Here is a link that may help you out. http://www.eckrich.org/

    But like Bowman has said it is not all that hard just follow the membranes around. Cut some steaks and a few roasts then make the rest into Jerky or Burger.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BowhuntnHoosier View Post
    Here is a link that may help you out. http://www.eckrich.org/

    But like Bowman has said it is not all that hard just follow the membranes around. Cut some steaks and a few roasts then make the rest into Jerky or Burger.
    That is my plan.... As much jerky as possible out of this whopper.... Thanks everyone for the help I appriciate it..
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    Quote Originally Posted by BOWMAN View Post
    hoyt has a forum????

    but seriously its not that hard....Once you quarter it and have the quarters ona nice flat surface.....the lines of fat (membrane) almost are a cut by line guide....get some to help you and show you where to cut and after you do one you wont soon forget.....
    The old hoyt forum that is.....
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