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How Field & Stream’s David Draper Processes Meat in Warm Weather

By Spencer Neuharth Early to Mid-October can be a daunting time for whitetail hunters. Not only are you dealing with standing crops and nocturnal bucks, but you’re also up against summer-esque temperatures. If you’re lucky, though, some 70-degree evening sits...
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