Information about Wild Game
Wild game meats
Have health benefits when compared to meats from domesticated or farm-raised animals.
The fact that wild game animals eat their natural diet and are very active in the wild contributes to the lower fat content of the meat. Additionally, eating greens in the wild contributes to a lower content of pro-inflammatory omega-6 fatty acids and a higher content of anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids. Furthermore, wild game meat is a good source of protein and minerals such as iron and zinc.
Information with regards to deer (venison) seasons.
Information with regards to bird and hare seasons.