Your Game Alert Module did its job and alerted you when that good eating porker came in to feed and the powerful light with your Game Alert Rifle kit made the shot an easy one. Now, you have what can be some of the best eating in the wild on the ground. You have been told wild hogs are not good eating; other of your hunting buddies brag on just how tasty they are. It’s time to go to work and learn for yourself!
When it comes to butchering wild hogs, there are a number of techniques that will ensure you get the best eats from your porker. In this article, we’re going to be focusing on those primal cuts — the largest, workable cuts on the animal that will produce the best meat — and show you some DIY butchering skills that, once mastered, will set you up for life.
Hog hunting is a popular pastime among many hunting enthusiasts, and is a supported population control method for the non-invasive species. While hunting hogs is enjoyed by many, it can also be a dangerous endeavor. In addition to the aggressive nature of hogs, which can put hunters at risk, feral hogs also carry diseases which can be transmitted to humans. One of the most common diseases carried by feral hogs is swine brucellosis.