Did you know that hunting in America is declining in popularity? Each year fewer young people pick up this noble sport and survival method. That’s why we’re teaming up with other homesteaders to share hunting and wild game knowledge and tips so this method of self-reliance doesn’t disappear. Hunting can shape a young person and inspire future generations to supply food for their family.
Learn the basics of deer hunting, as well as how to process venison in our three-part series. With these hunting tips, you can pick it back up as an adult or teach your children the ways of the hunter. The Molly Green community believes that hunting connects us to the earth and encourages honest food cultivation. Explore more hunting and wild game articles below.
I love Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving means it’s hunting season again, and it’s time to return home to South Dakota. It’s a time to be with family, and especially with my father, because he and I will be deer hunting.
The beauty of processing your own venison is that you determine what type of sausage your family will like. We make breakfast sausage, but this year we tried three different recipes (Italian sausage, farmer’s sausage, and breakfast sausage).
We hunt to feed our family. We are trying to live self-sustainably and that means hunting for our own meat. There’s a process we follow to put fresh meat in the freezer. Learn how to carefully and correctly cut and package the deer meat.
We hunt to feed our family. We are trying to live as self-sustainably as possible and that means hunting for our own meat. There’s a process we follow to put fresh meat in the freezer. Warning: Contains pictures of a dead deer.