Quarter it up.................
A friend of mine that is a "Almost Guide" that took me out for my first antelope buck, showed
me how to remove all the meat with out even touching the insides and leaving the rig cage intact.
Head and hide for a mount and meat for the table, pretty slick. Just needed a blanket to wrap the meat in
to keep the dust off the meat getting back to camp, since we had two quads.
I will take two ice chest with me in case I need "small parts".................prefer to hang a deer whole but....
what ever it takes, this year, I guess. Will bring a large onion, just incase I get lucky.