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November 14, 2006
Minnesota has a long and proud tradition of deer hunting. To keep it enjoyable and reduce the risk of foodborne illness, hunters need to pay attention to how they field dress, transport, process and prepare the venison. Lou Ann Jopp, food science educator with the U of M Extension Service, says that especially when the weather is warm, the quality of the venison can be impacted quickly if it's not handled properly.
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