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HOW TO REMOVE DEER HAIR OFF MEAT AFTER SKINNING – THE TORCH METHOD – Easy Quick Simple Way To Clean

HOW TO REMOVE DEER HAIR OFF MEAT AFTER SKINNING – THE TORCH METHOD – Easy Quick Simple Way To Clean


well just finish up scan it and nobody
you’re done scanning to you little bit of hair sticking to the beat and something I shared a guy one time and he
didn’t know about some trick maybe I show you guys a little bit of hair
that’s left on the meat you can take a torch real quick and hit it and it’s
gone it burns it away and you’re not dealing with hair when you’re trying to
cut your meat up so you know to get real close with it just
close enough the heat’ll take care of it like I said it’s not perfect but get rid
of some of the hair you’re not really hurt me at all so good luck to you guys
and we’ll see you next time you

Comments (19)

  1. Thank you ๐Ÿ‘.

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  3. Love your videos and not trying to hate. But I've smelled burnt hair. Wouldn't that add to the gaminess of the meat? I process my own as well I just try to be careful and try not too get too much hair on it. Which is almost impossible. I just pick the hair off while I'm processing it. Seems like a very effective way just makes me wonder about the smell and taste.

  4. Thanks for the tip. Great video

  5. That's the way I do it

  6. Although I have never done it myself, I once watched a couple guys skin a deer in a unique way. They hung the deer by the head, from the lower branch of a tree (a younger tree with some give to it) They had gutted the deer already, had cut the forelegs off, and had cut through the fur around the neck near the jaw line and connected a cut through from the brisket up to the top of the neck. They proceeded to roll down the neck skin until they could place a tennis ball under the hair side of the skin. They then used a rope around the base of the ball and skin and tied it very tightly so you had a round skin covered ball with a rope attached around the skin holding the ball in place. They then tied the rope to their truck bumper, took up the slack and pulled the entire hide right off the deer…..not a hair on it. They then cut the deer up. Slickest skinning job I have ever witnessed!

  7. Lmfao! Your family is stocked for the year! ๐Ÿ‘

  8. That's a slick tip, scotch brite pads will snag hair and remove it too. I have found keeping a bucket of warm water handy to wash my hands frequently helps a lot. I leave very few hairs on a deer when done. Most guys are hack and whack skinners, Hunter you put up enough hides you should be pretty good with your knife…lol.

  9. My method as well… Do you notice that does seem to shed wayyy more hair than a buck when you are gutting them out?

  10. Just tried this with a doe I killed tonight. Works great- thanks for the tip

  11. Good tip.๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

  12. good tip. its actually easier than a pressure washer

  13. Great idea! Thanks for sharing!

  14. Ive always hung my deer feet up until this year its a world of difference skinning and cleaning with the head up

  15. I too have been using a torch over the past 8-10 years to remove hair after we skin our deer, it is a very quick and simple method.

  16. Hunter any reason you were hanging one by the neck and 3 by the hind legs?

  17. Or you clean it with water lol but I'll try that.

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