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ESTIMATING A WHITETAILS WEIGHT

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Stop guessing your deer's weight. This useful chart will help you determine your deer's estimated live weight, field dressed weight and edible meat weight.
Things to remember:
Measure the animal just behind the front legs (girth)
Field dressed = body cavity cleaned out (no heart, lungs, ect..)

ROW 1 GIRTH/INCHES
ROW 2 LIVE WT./POUNDSB
ROW 3 FIELD DRESSED/POUNDS
ROW 4 EDIBLE MEAT/POUNDS



24 55 38 28
25 61 43 27
26 66 49 30
27 71 53 31
28 77 59 34
29 82 64 36
30 90 70 93
31 98 74 42
32 102 80 45
33 110 87 50
34 118 91 54
35 126 99 57
36 125 104 61
37 146 115 66
38 157 126 71
39 169 135 74
40 182 144 80
41 195 156 88
42 210 170 94
43 228 182 103
44 244 198 110
45 267 214 120
46 290 233 130
47 310 251 139