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  1. #21
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    uh yeh well from the tad bit I know. You can just clean up the chain saw or buy a new one and forget the vegetable oil. All the well animal stuff makes a great lube just don"t run the saw so fast that it gets too hot.

    Matt

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    uh yeh well from the tad bit I know. You can just clean up the chain saw or buy a new one and forget the vegetable oil. All the well animal stuff makes a great lube just don"t run the saw so fast that it gets too hot.

    Matt

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    I like to cut up the liver and boil it up and then mix the liquid and liver in w/ thier dogfood on those cold mornings. I use a sawzall to split my game also works like a charm. I like the heart too mmm good fried.
    In a perfect hunt I try to kill the older loner does but sometimes end up getting a mom. I usually have enough tags to go ahead and take the yearling too. They just hang out there next to mom. I do the same w/ elk. Try to find a "dry" cow or one w/o a calf following her around. That way its less stress for the young one to grow up and also gives us the chance next year to harvest

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Bush View Post
    ...I've always used a piece of string to tie it off and a pocket knife to cut things loose with good effect...
    A boot lace works well for me, and you never forget to bring one. Also everones' dog loves your boots.
    Scrapfe---Never believe anything in politics until it has been officially denied.--Otto von Bismarck.

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