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Fort Atkinson SHP To Host Deer Processing Class

  LINCOLN – Learn all aspects of deer processing during a hands-on, three-part class at Fort Atkinson State Historical Park. The class will cover field care and curing on Oct. 23, sausage making on Dec. 4 and fresh venison cooking on Dec. 11. Cure Cooking of Fort Calhoun will lead the class, which costs $35 […] The post Fort Atkinson SHP To Host Deer Processing Class appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
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