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Deer transporting question?

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In MN If you tag a deer and get it registered can anyone transport if for you or do you have to transport it yourself?

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anyone can transport it. You have to register it then fill out the tag with who is taking it, your license number and where it's going. that easy.

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Aren't you supposed to strap to the top of your Geo Metro with blood running everywhere and the tongue sticking out. Dont forget the missing muffler and 4 hefty guys packed inside. wink.gif

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you've seen me before...LMAO..... grin.gifgrin.gif

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LOL! grin.gif

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One more question regarding this. If I go and register my deer where I hunt and we butcher them there and usually process them there, if I want to bring some meat back with me to process on my own, do I need a seperate transportation tag for that? Do I need to bring the hide/head with me that the meat is from? how does that work?

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