Venison and gralloch

How to skin deer - Jak obielić sarnę

In this video Big Scott is showing how to skin deer properly. This is quickest and cleanest way to do it and the method that is used in abattoirs in the UK. The skin remains in one piece that is ideal if someone wants to use it. The meat is also very clean with no hair or exposed muscles. Thanks again Scott for presenting, this is the best way I h…

How I Gralloch Deer - updated with captions - (Field dressing / Gralloching / Gutting) - RoeStalker

I received huge number of requests to update old gralloching video with subtitles http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXZxrTc1FTA so I did. Please make sure you have captions and annotations turned on, you can also turn on google translation for it and watch subtitles in your native language. It suppose to be instructional video showing DSC level 2 gra…

Quick gralloch - deer gutting / gralloching / field dressing

Another educational video, this time Big Scott is showing quick gralloch. This is a bit different method, but nice and clean. He cuts the skin from neck down to the backside as it helps to skin the deer later on. This roebuck was a bit unusual with malformed head, but also cyst on the spleen/pancreas and liver fluke. Please subscribe to my channe…

How to butcher roe deer. Venison butchery demonstration.

This is part of a butchery demonstration and hands-on workshop Chris Campbell and Murray Jamieson of Bruce Brymes Butchers gave at the Deerstalking Fair in Kelso this year. Chris talks through the process explaining each step and showing how to get most meat from each cut. This was a roe deer carcass, but the same principles apply to bigger deer. …

Roestalker: Carcass inspection - Liver fluke in roe deer

Today more of educational video than anything else. This is a liver of a roe doe I shot recently. She had quite bad case of liver fluke. You can clearly see the damage to the liver and the worms as well. This is quite common condition in roe deer, especially after very wet weather as we had this year. The fluke needs a snail as its intermediate hos…

Venison tartlets recipe - Eden Valley Venison presentation - Roestalker

This is very simple venison tartlets recipe presented by Peter and Chris Snelgar of Eden Valley Venison. This presentation was recorded at the Deerstalking Fair in Kelso, 2014. I tried these tartlets and they are really delicious! Eden Valley Venison: http://www.edenvalleyvenison.co.uk/ Please subscribe to my channel: http://www.youtube.com/sub…

Warble fly larvae in roe deer - Larwy gza u sarny

Another educational type video about deer disease and meet inspection. To those unfamiliar with deer warbles ( Hypoderma diana ) fly's life cycle - a fly deposits eggs on deer's hair during summer months, hatch and penetrate the skin. Larvae migrate through the body for several months until they reach the back near the spine. Then they hatch and dr…