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post #21 of 27

Very Cool, Thanks for sharing!

post #22 of 27

Rstr Hunter, Very nice ! I’m taking a class in college that teaches on how to do just what you describe. Great post ! ! and Thanks for the pictures…….SB

post #23 of 27

Sweet :)  I am almost an expert on butchering hogs after that.   Reality sets in and I know there is a lot more too it, but a big Thank You, for your step by step.  Having some knowledge of how it all breaks down, makes me a little wiser when going to butcher.  Really do appreciate the time you took to help out us computer geeks :)

post #24 of 27

Super post!  Made me tired watching it and you still had another hog and a steer to go.

 

It also gives me a greater appreciation for the work of my grandfather doing that without those tools or even electricity for that matter.  I was too young to help, but I did get to watch the process.

 

Good luck and good smoking.

post #25 of 27

Love it...! Thanks for sharing... Smokin - K

post #26 of 27

NIce to see from start through finish!  Thanks much.

post #27 of 27

Thanks for posting great step by step.  I have done several deer before but never pigs.

 

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