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#5474522 - 12/13/14 01:08 PM transport of deer
JBENNETT Offline
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what do you need to transport a deer for another person to the prossesr

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#5474538 - 12/13/14 01:28 PM Re: transport of deer [Re: JBENNETT]
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You will certainly need proof of sex and a tag appropriately attached to the carcass. You might want to ask the processor.


Edited by syncerus (12/13/14 01:28 PM)
Edit Reason: ask more
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#5474564 - 12/13/14 01:48 PM Re: transport of deer [Re: JBENNETT]
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You need a wildlife resource document. Can be found on TPWD website. Both the hunter and the transporter need to complete information.

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#5474568 - 12/13/14 01:51 PM Re: transport of deer [Re: JBENNETT]
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Not to hijack, but what about quartered deer? Does the head need to accompany the quarters or is it considered "processed" at that point? Certainly, I can think of no way to keep the head attached to the body when it is just meat in a freezer.
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#5474612 - 12/13/14 02:18 PM Re: transport of deer [Re: PhillCavender]
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Originally Posted By: PhillCavender
You need a wildlife resource document. Can be found on TPWD website. Both the hunter and the transporter need to complete information.


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#5474641 - 12/13/14 02:39 PM Re: transport of deer [Re: postoak]
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Originally Posted By: postoak
Not to hijack, but what about quartered deer? Does the head need to accompany the quarters or is it considered "processed" at that point? Certainly, I can think of no way to keep the head attached to the body when it is just meat in a freezer.


Still need a wildlife document with the meat, has to be at it's final destination, or processor to be processed. Dont need the head, tag and document stay with the meat.
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