Deer & Deer Hunting

DOES BLOOD AFFECT VENISON FLAVOR?

t is a common perception that if blood is not thoroughly drained from a deer carcass after harvest, the remaining blood will be detrimental to meat quality, especially flavor. This is why some hunters will attempt to “bleed out” a carcass by slitting the throat after a deer is down (and dead, of course!). But keep in mind that once a deer’s heart stops beating, blood pressure is drastically reduced and blood flow is

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