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Avoiding spoilt meat – some causes

There is a wide amount of reasons meat gets spoiled in the field - ranging from a little gamey tasting to a rank rotten mess. However, good handling and processing practices for animals goes a long way, gets the most out of the kill and pays the respect due for taking an animals life. Take your time, do it right, enjoy the results.

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Not every hunt ends with a kill. This is important to remember – additionally, even if it doesn’t, the stories and experience still are worth the effort.

However, hopefully, you do drop something, and if you do, it’s ethically and morally on you to ensure you get the most out of the kill, and for you and your families sake, in the cleanest, most hygienic manner possible.

In this article, we talk about some of the causes of spoilt meat and how to avoid them.


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