The main association with game meat is the wild taste of whatever species was hunted. A taste that varies in as many factors as the variety of animals there are available. The factors affecting the taste and quality of the meat include shot placement, how far it ran in the hunting process, the sound of gunfire in the instance where the animal is injured, the timing of bleeding the animal, the time of day and how long the carcass remained in the sun.
These and a host of other factors are often overlooked on a classic, adventurous hunting trip, as depicted in our long-standing culture. The difference however, between export quality game meat and meat derived from hunting is a subject not too often discussed and rarely mentioned in the hunting circles. This, combined with an occasional instance of a general lack of knowledge, naturally results in a product which from the outset might seem inferior to the retail products on the market.
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