November 6, 2008

“Deer Meat Safety Guide for Deer Hunters” from Deer Processing Expert Marty Prokop Offers Solution for Lead in Venison Problem

Free deer meat guide reveals 10 common deer processing mistakes to avoid to keep food banks, deer hunters, families and children safe from lead in venison.

Marty Prokop, who has processed over 7,800 deer in his 26 years experience as a professional meat cutter, deer processor and deer hunter, whose videos are used in Advanced Hunter Education says, “This isn’t speculation anymore. Deer processors and deer hunters can’t guess and can’t use the same old deer butchering ways.”

“To keep your family and children safe,” Prokop continues, “you must know what to do and look for in proper, safe deer processing — whether you process deer yourself or have a butcher process for you. The ‘Deer Meat Safety Guide for Deer Hunters’ offers the solution to the problem of lead in venison and it is free at http://www.huntingheadlines.com

Disturbing statistics and findings surfacing show:

• The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) study released in November 2008 found that higher levels of lead show up in blood of people who eat deer harvested with lead bullets than people who don’t — causing danger for families, especially pregnant women and children.

• The deer meat processed at meat shops and eaten by deer hunters, families and children is not inspected for safety or approved as being fit for human consumption like beef and pork. Due to a Department of Agriculture meat inspection loophole, venison harvested by deer hunters is uninspected meat.

• Department of Agriculture tests showed 87% of meat shops tested processed lead in venison, due in part to lack of inspection.

• Lead fragments were discovered in deer meat as far away as 18 inches from the initial bullet entry point, resulting in lead being overlooked, processed and fed to families.

• Department of Natural Resources tests revealed one out of five deer hunters don’t know how to correctly process deer resulting in dangerous lead in the deer meat they butchered.

Marty Prokop teaches safe deer processing in seminars and at Online-Deer-Camp.com, where his step-by-step deer processing videos are available to watch 24 hours a day.

Here are Marty Prokop’s “10 Common Deer Processing Mistakes to Avoid” — for the complete explanation and solution visit the free “Deer Meat Safety Guide for Deer Hunters” at http://www.huntingheadlines.com:

Deer Processing Mistake # 1

Believing deer processing and deer meat are inspected for safety like beef and pork.

Deer Processing Mistake #2

There is a severe lack of deer processing training for deer hunters and meat processors and no certification or inspection for safety of the deer meat.

Deer Processing Mistake #3

How using saws and the wrong knives can lead to lead in venison and higher bacteria in venison.

Deer Processing Mistake #4

Sharing a grinder with other deer hunters — one hunter’s dirty trim can contaminate hundreds of pounds of other hunters’ venison.

Deer Processing Mistake #5

Having your deer processed after 6 pm

Deer Processing Mistake #6

Not watching what cuts of meat go in the grinder. Trusting the meat in ground venison is not contaminated or dangerous — whether processed at a meat shop or by the deer hunter.

Deer Processing Mistake #7

Lack of education on what is safe deer meat and what is not.

Deer Processing Mistake #8

Deer hunters feeding deer rib meat and deer fat to their families.

Deer Processing Mistake #9

Eating slightly discolored meat that looks safe, but it’s not.

Deer Processing Mistake #10

Accepting stinky or bad tasting venison.

Resources:

Marty Prokop is available for immediate media interview 24/7 by calling Lori at 507-304-1062 or lori@huntingheadlines.com. Ask for video, audio and media kit.

Marty Prokop bio at http://www.huntingheadlines.com/who_is_marty_prokop.htm

“Deer Meat Safety Guide for Deer Hunters” is available free at http://www.huntingheadlines.com

Marty shows deer hunters how to properly butcher deer in his deer processing videos available for immediate online viewing at Online-Deer-Camp.com at http://www.online-deer-camp.com.

You can read his deer hunting and deer processing blog at http://www.marty-prokop.com

 

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October 28, 2008

Deer Processing: How to Butcher a Deer

Learn to process your own deer with these great deer processing videos

Did you know ...

Health departments discover 87% of meat shops are processing deer meat with lead in it — so dangerous the venison is recalled and destroyed.

Department of Natural Resources tests found 1 in 5 deer hunters do too.

Learn answers to protect your family now…

http://www.online-deer-camp.com

** Warning! Deer hunters, don’t take your deer to any meat shop until you read this ... **

I’ve combined my 26 years of deer hunting ... and deer processing over 7,800 deer ... into “Deer Processing Done Right” online videos for deer hunters who want to butcher their own deer.

It keeps your family safe, saves you big money on deer processing and gives you great tasting venison.

Plus my “How to Save $200 to $400 Per Month on Your Grocery Bill ... Without Coupons” online video series shows you how to use those deer processing skills to save big on the other meats you need to feed your family.

Want to see how clear and detailed these videos are?

http://www.onlinedeercamp.com

** Protect Your Loved Ones from Lead in Venison and Recession Proof Your Family **

Your family will really love venison after you use my deer processing system.

When venison is gone for the year, deer hunters and their families head to the grocery store to pay through the nose for beef.

You may not realize the cost per pound of beef, but you do know a big chunk of your paycheck disappears after a trip to the grocery store.

Let’s keep more of your paycheck in your pocket.

I’ll show you how to turn your deer processing skills into savings of $200 to $400 per month on your grocery bill ... each and every month ... without coupons — and feed your family better.

How?

I’ll show you how to get delicious, tender, restaurant-quality steaks ... normally $10.99 a pound ... for just $2.29 a pound.

And save big bucks on other meats like delicious boneless pork chops, mouthwatering roast beef, tender beef ribs, juicy roasts and extra lean ground beef.

I’ll show you these grocery store wholesale meat secrets and how this $200 dollar to $400 dollar a month grocery savings can be yours ... with all the hard work already done for you.

Let me explain at http://www.onlinedeercamp.com where you can watch the video and learn about all of this.

See you there.

Good Luck and Great Hunting!

Marty Prokop

Deer Hunting Expert

Deer Processing Expert

http://www.huntingheadlines.com

http://www.marty-prokop.com

715-868-1109

P.S. Did you get the “Deer Meat Safety Guide for Deer Hunters” (link to http://www.huntingheadlines.com ) ... It’s my gift to you at http://www.huntingheadlines.com

It’s awesome and totally FREE. Go over there and get it now.

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*** Would you like to learn to process your own deer? ***

I’ve processed over 7,800 deer and developed the Deer Meat Safety Guide for Deer Hunters. You can get it free at http://www.huntingheadlines.com

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*** Warning! Deer hunters, don't butcher your deer until you read this... ***

Health departments discover 87% of meat shops process lead into deer meat — so dangerous it’s recalled and destroyed. A partial ban is issued on ground venison.

But it’s not just meat shops, Department of Natural Resources tests find 1 in 5 deer hunters also process lead in venison.

Keep your family safe, discover why you don’t want your deer processed after 6 pm and much more. It’s shocking. Deer hunters and their families gotta know this stuff. Go get the free Deer Meat Safety Guide for Deer Hunters at http://www.huntingheadlines.com now. It’s free.

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October 20, 2008

Free Deer Processing “Deer Meat Safety Guide for Deer Hunters” is Lead in Venison Solution

Lead has been found in venison. This blog post is about the solution for deer hunters to keep your family safe when it comes time for deer processing.

The Deer Meat Safety Guide for Deer Hunters is ready for you free at http://www.huntingheadlines.com

It shows you how to keep your family safe.

You can see the short 1 minute video telling you all about it at http://www.huntingheadlines.com

Here’s the scoop…

Health departments discover 87% of meat shops tested process lead into deer meat — so dangerous it is recalled and destroyed.

A partial ban is issued on ground venison.

But it’s not just meat shops…

Department of Natural Resources tests find 1 in 5 deer hunters also process lead in venison when butchering deer and feed it to their families without knowing.

http://www.huntingheadlines.com

Here’s what the Deer Meat Safety Guide for Deer Hunters includes…

** Why 87% of meat shops tested processed lead in venison

** Why you don’t want your deer processed after 6 pm

** Proof meat inspection loopholes cause venison meat dangers

** Warning! Deer hunters, don’t process your deer until you see this…

** Nasty deer processing industry practices

** Stop sharing meat grinders with other deer hunters

** 5 step deer processing system — how to butcher a deer the right way

** How to ensure the safety of your family and children

** What if you don’t have time for butchering deer?

** Don’t take your deer to any meat shop until you read this…

** And much, much more…

As you can see, I cover a lot in the Deer Meat Safety Guide for Deer Hunters at http://www.huntingheadlines.com

You can get it free, because I hope you’re enjoying your deer hunting tips newsletter and my deer processing and deer hunting blog posts.

Hey, help keep fellow deer hunters and their families safe.

Forward this email to your hunting buddies and their families to let them know the “Deer Meat Safety Guide for Deer Hunters” can help keep their families safe.

They can get it too … free at http://www.huntingheadlines.com

Let’s keep hunters and families safe … and deer hunters out deer hunting.

We put months into the Deer Meat Safety Guide for Deer Hunters.

I’m getting feedback that I could offer it for a decent price, but I want you to have it free to keep your family safe. The 1 minute video will explain.

It’s so important, all I ask is that you go get it now at http://www.huntingheadlines.com and consider passing it on to other hunters and their families.

Help them stay safe regardless of who is doing the deer processing.

Good Luck and Great Hunting!

Marty Prokop

Deer Hunting Expert

Deer Processing Expert

http://www.huntingheadlines.com

http://www.marty-prokop.com

715-868-1109

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*** Would you like to learn to process your own deer? ***

I’ve processed over 7,800 deer and developed the Deer Meat Safety Guide for Deer Hunters. You can get it free at http://www.huntingheadlines.com

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*** Warning! Deer hunters, don't butcher your deer until you read this... ***

Health departments discover 87% of meat shops process lead into deer meat — so dangerous it’s recalled and destroyed. A partial ban is issued on ground venison.

But it’s not just meat shops, Department of Natural Resources tests find 1 in 5 deer hunters also process lead in venison.

Keep your family safe, discover why you don’t want your deer processed after 6 pm and much more. It’s shocking. Deer hunters and their families gotta know this stuff. Go get the free Deer Meat Safety Guide for Deer Hunters at http://www.huntingheadlines.com now. It’s free.

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To subscribe to the weekly Free-Deer-Hunting-Tips.com Newsletter or get blog posts delivered to you by subscribing to our RSS feed by clicking on one of the RSS feed buttons in the right hand column of this blog at www.marty-prokop.com  .

=======================================

Find Deer Games, Pictures and Hunting Fun at: http://www.free-deer-hunting-tips.com

=======================================

*** More Free Stuff ***

Get Your Own Free Audio Deer Hunting Tips, listen to the Deer Hunting Podcast, subscribe to our RSS Feed, see Big Buck Pictures and read the Deer Hunting Secrets Blog at: http://www.marty-prokop.com

=======================================

*** Newsletter and RSS Feed ***

If you want to keep up on new deer hunting secrets subscribe to the weekly Free-Deer-Hunting-Tips.com Newsletter or get blog posts delivered to you by subscribing to our RSS feed by clicking on one of the RSS feed buttons in the right hand column of this blog.

=======================================

*** Help Your Deer Hunting Buddies ***

Help your deer hunting buddies and support deer hunting…it’s free to do… Go ahead and email this Free-Deer-Hunting--Tips.com blog URL to your deer hunting buddies or use our Tell A Friend form at http://www.free-deer-hunting-tips.com/ .

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