If the summer sausage is not shelf stable, then ship it overnight in an insulated shipping cooler with cold packs or dry ice. Choose a cooler size that is just big enough to hold the sausage and the cold packs/dry ice. It will keep colder that way since you are chilling less air.
Yes, it only poses a problem if it get warm (room temperature) and sits that way for hours. Most summer sausage is cooked so it's not like handling raw meat.
you have to cook the deer sausage it least 4 hours
Ferns are eaten by deer.
Waxy and prickly leaf is not likely to be eaten by deer
Grass is eaten by deer which is eaten by wolf and bear.
It is safe to eat 3 year old frozen deer sausage as long as:It has been kept frozen at temperatures below 32 degrees Fahrenheit the entire timeThe sausage does not have any offensive odors or flavors.
You shouldn't feed wild deer.
can venison may be eaten rare
No a deer can only be eaten by ant if it's already dead YUCK!
Just as cattle are referred to as beef, deer meat is referred to as venison.
If by cheek you mean the rump then Yes it is delicious. Bon appetite. The moose is a member of the deer family. I have eaten roast, steak and sausage made form moose meat. All were very good.
yes, you can
i depends, most deer hunters, just regular sporting hunters take the deer meat and dry it into jerky, ans even make deer sausage out of it. it is actually very good.
It is a system where food that has been eaten by the deer is excreted as feces.
Wild turkey, deer, fish, squash, beans, and corn were, and still are, favorite summertime foods.
I don't think petunias are deer favorites, but they have eaten mine on occasion in Southwestern PA.
Deer are prey animals. They must be alert and "spooky" at all times to avoid being eaten.
To the higher mountains
Dead deer are reintroduced into the ecosystem when the carcasses are eaten by other animals and left as waste by those animals. This waste then feeds plants which later are eaten by animals.
a dear has mostly one threat that getting eaten
It depends on what you mean by "all". If deer have only eaten the bottom portion of the tree and the rest is at the top, then it should grow back. If the deer have eaten a small tree including the top branch, it's likely that it will grow back, but not as vigorous as before it was eaten. Thus you may need to remove that tree and replant a new one.
You can always made a deer and pork casserole. You need 13 lbs ground deer meat sausage, 1/4 lb pork sausage, onion, garlic, pepper, 1 package of elbow macaroni, 2 large cans of tomatoes, 15oz can of kennel corn, and 1/2 lb of American cheese. Brown deer meat and sausage in large skillet. Crumble meat; pour off excess fat. Add garlic, onion, pepper, sweet basil and remaining ingredients; stir to combine. Cook for 345 degrees for 45 minutes until crusty. So good!