|American Wild Game:|
| Game is any animal hunted for food, wild game is not domesticated. Wild game animals and birds are also hunted for sport. The type and range of wild game hunted for food and sport varies in different parts of the world.|
In the United States, wild game is classified, including legal classification, as either small game or big game. Small game includes small animals and birds, such as rabbits, pheasants, doves, ducks and geese. Big game includes animals like deer, bear & elk.
The purpose of this site is to help those of you who wish to know more about wild game in the United States of America, how to harvest and process from the field to the freezer. The most important thing is knowing how to begin processing your wild game animal or bird right in the field after harvesting.
Below you will find a list of rules on what to do with your edible wild game. By following these simple rules you'll not experience bad tasting meat. It will be as good as you care for it. (Cooling and temperature are critical.)
If you have an abundance of wild game in your freezer after a very successful hunting season and your wondering what to do with so much wild game meat. Donate it. There are a lot of hungry people in this country that need help.
Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry (FHFH) is a great organization to distribute your excess wild game meat. FHFH, is an outreach ministry of people transforming a renewable resource (Wild Game) into food for the hungry.
If you do not wish to use an organization to distribute your excess wild game meat, just look around you, there are hungry people everywhere. The elderly people in this country who have retired are on a fixed income and many have to decide between food, medication or ridiculous utility bills every month.
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