Work begins to battle venison scare
BLOOMINGTON, Minn. - Education could help dissipate concern about lead in venison meat, officials of seven Midwest states decided Wednesday.
Deer hunters could be educated about how to best shoot deer, how to field dress the carcass and what kinds of bullets to use.
Meat processors could be shown how to remove potentially dangerous lead and shown that ground meat could pose more of a hazard than other cuts.
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