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Food Safety & Risk Reduction for Deer Processors

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Publication Number: P3049
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Processing wild game, particularly deer, can be a profitable business. As an operator, you have a responsibility to maintain certain standards of cleanliness and ensure the integrity of the products that are delivered to your customers. The information is provided as a guide to some of the basic principles of wild-game processing.

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Portrait of Dr. J. Byron Williams
Associate Extension Professor
MSU Extension Administration :Muscle foods: Extension and Research: meat science, meats processing,

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