Disposing of Carcasses
Whether it is an animal salvaged from the roadway or harvested during hunting season, it is important to dispose of the carcass properly after processing is complete. Hunters are required to remove and care for all edible portions of meat. This includes the meat from hind quarters as far down as the hock, meat of the front quarters as far down as the knee and meat along the backbone which is the loin and tenderloin.
All inedible portions should be double-bagged, securely tied, and put in your garbage container for collection. If your residence does not have garbage collection services, the remains may be taken to the country transfer stations. These facilities will accept the inedible parts of big game for no charge from residents who live within that county.