Wild Game - Processing - Nutritional Value
Hunting
Big Game
Small Game
Upland Birds
Waterfowl
Varmint / Predator
American Wild Game Processing:

Skinning:
 The Skinning Deer Pocket Guide (Complete Hunter) has step-by-step photos for skinning a deer by hand. Before a deer can be butchered, you must remove its hide. This Pocket Guide shows you how to skin a deer using only a knife, small saw and gambrel. Follow these steps and you won't damage any venison and you'll be left with a quality hide suitable for tanning.

Quartering:
 The Quartering Deer Pocket Guide (Complete Hunter) is a step-by-step photo guide to removing a deer's front and hind quarters, tenderloins, and backstraps using only your hunting knife. These easy-to-understand directions will help you make the most of your harvested deer.

Butchering:
 Basic Butchering of Livestock & Game provides clear, concise, and step-by-step information for people who want to slaughter their own meat. This is an excellent reference book for all hunters. Combined with 130 detailed illustrations by Elayne Sears, the reader is provided with complete, step-by-step instructions.

Preserving:
 A Guide to Canning, Freezing, Curing & Smoking Meat, Fish & Game provides safe, step-by-step instructions for preparing and storing fresh meat, includes instructions for building smokehouses. This book describes the best ways of processing wild game meat, with emphasis on canning, freezing, curing and smoking, easy to follow procedures.

Resources And References
Big Game
Antelope - Bear - Hogs - Javelina - Sheep
Deer - Black-Tail Deer - Caribou - Elk
Moose - Mule Deer - White-Tail Deer
Small Game
Rabbits - Squirrels
Upland Birds
Dove - Grouse - Pheasant - Quail
Turkey - Woodcock
Waterfowl
Ducks - Geese
Wild Game Guide:
Processing
Nutritional Value
Proper Nutrition
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