Venison: Field to Table
Thursday, October 10, 2019, 6:00pm to 8:00pm
The Ohio State University Extension of Washington County, in partnership with Washington Soil & Water Conservation District is offering a venison processing workshop. Demonstrating field dressing and cutting the carcass will be Moore’s Processing with an assist from Dean Sinclair of Washington Soil & Water Conservation District. During the presentation, participants will learn how to properly skin, process, and prepare a deer. Food safety and handling procedures, as well as, venison preservation methods and recipes, will be presented by Ohio State University Extension Family and Consumer Science Educators: Amanda Bohlen from Washington County and Lesley Workman from Monroe County. The goal of the instructors is to equip participants with the skills and knowledge necessary to safely process their own deer and end up with a delicious, high quality product that they will be proud to share with family and friends. In addition, there will be a questions and answers session with local ODNR Wildlife Officer, Ryan Donnelly.
The cost of the program is FREE; however, registration is required to guarantee sufficient handouts and food samples for everyone. Pre-register by calling the Washington County OSU Extension Office at 740-376-7431.
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Chicken Dinner Building
St. Rts. 339 & 550
Barlow, OH 45712
Name: Amanda Bohlen
Name: Dean Sinclair