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Glad this is done, I will finish the Euro tomorrow with my power washer (temp supposed to hit 50), then try for an antlerless deer or three next weekend.  This sucker made about 90 pounds of boneless, most of which was ground.  

He had relatively little fat on him, which made the process go quicker than usual.  

I made two neck roasts and two small roasts from the rears, plus the back straps,  should be more than a years worth of taco meat from the grind.  
 

The 16 ga slug hit low enough that it didn’t mess up the back straps at all.  It struck a rib and exit, but the busted up rib broke thru the hide on the exit side.


 

 

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Glad this is done, I will finish the Euro tomorrow with my power washer (temp supposed to hit 50), then try for an antlerless deer or three next weekend.  This sucker made about 90 pounds of boneless, most of which was ground.  

He had relatively little fat on him, which made the process go quicker than usual.  
I made two neck roasts and two small roasts from the rears, plus the back straps,  should be more than a years worth of taco meat from the grind.  
 
The 16 ga slug hit low enough that it didn’t mess up the back straps at all.  It struck a rib and exit, but the busted up rib broke thru the hide on the exit side.

 
 
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Is that triangular gash the exit side Wolc? The doe I bow shot earlier this season exited in a similar spot and still clipped gut since he was choked with acorns.

Clean meat there!


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19 minutes ago, crappyice said:


Is that triangular gash the exit side Wolc? The doe I bow shot earlier this season exited in a similar spot and still clipped gut since he was choked with acorns.

Clean meat there!


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Yes, it must have been caused by the chunks of rib forced thru the hide by the slug.  The slug did not make it all the way thru itself and fell out under the hoist when I hung it in the garage last Friday night.  
 

The stomach on this one was full of corn.

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