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Game Bags And Freezer Bags

After you've made some major hunting scores out in the field, prep and store all your best venison, turkey and more with game and food processing gear. There are freezer bags so you can save some for later, keeping contents nice and fresh until you're ready to consume. Choose from nontoxic game bags in sizes and multipacks to best suit your lifestyle, all made with BPA-free materials that protect from freezer burn for optimal storage. The bags are easy to mark, so you can clearly write what's inside and the date you processed it. Make sure it's securely closed with some super-adhesive tape or ultra-tight twine, too!

Collagen Casings

Whether you're frying up breakfast or making a scrumptious dinner, nothing beats homemade sausage. Take your pick from a slew of collagen casings to make all your favorite dishes while dehydrating, grilling or smoking. There are options that help you prep up to 70 lb. of meat, so you can make as many links as you want - and with varying diameters to best suit the occasion. Also consider edible and nonedible casings, as well as flavored and nonflavored varieties to best suit your own preferences.

Other Meat Processing Equipment

When it comes to meat processing equipment, you never know what you might need. Your meat-processing area simply isn't complete without a freezer paper cutter, which helps you roll out paper and prep your food with ease. A spare pair of gloves always comes in handy when you're handling raw pieces of meat, while some extra freezer paper is great to have on hand.