Learn to Debone this Cut of Venison that Often Gets Discarded

Learn to Debone this Cut of Venison that Often Gets Discarded

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Hunters often have a shrug and “Dunno, what do we do with them?” outlook when it comes to utilizing a deer’s shoulders after they’ve killed a buck or doe.

If they’re using a gun and shoot the shoulder or just behind the scapula in the gap, it can leave shards of bone or bloodied meat. Bowhunters who thump the lungs or make that perfect heart shot typically don’t have this issue but still may not be keen on utilizing the shoulders due to the big scapula and thinner — in their mind — bits of meat that has a lot of silver skin and tendon.

The shoulders shouldn’t be discarded, though. There’s plenty of meat on them for jerky or smaller…



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