Cooking Venison

Whitetail Hunting Articles and Tips

Cooking Venison

cooking michigan venison

Cooking Venison from Deerfarmer.org Since venison is low in fat, over-cooking will cause toughness. Preheat the oven, grill or pan before cooking. Do not add salt to venison because it will draw out the meat juices, preventing browning, and resulting in dry meat. Brush the venison with oil to seal in the meat flavor and…

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Whitetail Deer Myths

Whitetail Deer Myths An article from trophyclassdeer.com May 7, 2013/in Whitetail Deer /by Jake Griffith Why is it important to know that these “truths” aren’t true? Well, for starters, most people simply want to recognize the reality of the situation. And the ability to distinguish fact from fiction can help to make for better deer…

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Starting a Deer Farm

So you want to start a deer farm? This is a fantastic article from Deerfarmer.org that answers a lot of common questions regarding to starting your own deer farm. Q:  Why should I raise whitetail deer? The whitetail is the most sought after big game animal in North America. As long as hunting remains a…

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A tip for late season whitetail hunting

Red Oaks may be a good place to set up shop late in the season! “Immense trunks covered in tough armor like bark stretching upwards into powerful limbs, oak trees are a symbol of strength and dignity within the whitetail woods.  While it is no secret acorns are a favorite delicacy among  whitetail pallets, we…

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The advantages of harvesting a doe

Shooting does, we understand the importance for herd management, the fantastic eating and confidence boosters.  We also understand what they mean to big bucks.  But are we really taking full advantage of does once we wrap our tag around their ear? Swabbing out the mouth of a deer might seem semi morbid. But remember, deer…

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Dream Buck of a Lifetime

Michigan Trophy Buck Hunting

When we say that we are offering the dream buck of a lifetime we mean it. We have a deer for every hunter. Whether you want a big, clean typical or a gnarly non-typical beast we have you covered! Our preserve offers a sanctuary for these massive whitetail bucks. A safe haven for them to…

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Biggest Bucks Michigan

You want to hunt the biggest whitetail bucks? A massive buck that will make your jaw drop when it walks out of the tree line? We have huge whitetails here, record breaking bucks, be the envy of everyone in the neighborhood. Who do you think the other hunting preserves call on to get their monster…

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Whitetail Deer Hunts in Michigan

Guided whitetail deer hunts are available across the United States. Many rifle hunters travel to Ohio, Indiana and Illinois for hunts but traveling just a little further north can guarantee you the hunt of a lifetime! Don’t want to mess with a passport or other documents you might need to cross the border? Don’t worry…

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Deer Antler Sheds

Shed antlers

We found a great article on the Outdoor Life website that had some very interesting facts about why deer shed their antlers! DEER SHEDDING FACTS • After the rut, decreasing testosterone levels cause an “abscission layer” to form between the antlers and their pedicels. As the connective tissue dissolves, the bucks’ antlers become loose and…

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Raising Whitetail Deer

So you want to raise whitetail deer? There is a lot more to it than just buying some land and throwing up a fence! Nutrition is key. Having the right protein, vitamins and minerals are very important to a deer’s diet. The nutritional requirements that deer have changed with the seasons, pregnant or nursing does require…

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