If you’re on this site, you probably like hunting. And if you like hunting, you probably like eating what you harvest. Wouldn’t you like to know the nutritional value of the food you pickup at God’s grocery store? Lucky for you, the good people at OutdoorLife have put together this list of nutritional facts for 24 common game animals in North America.
White Tail Deer
It’s safe to say that the most common “freezer filler” in the Lower 48 is the whitetail deer. Plentiful populations and the lengthy seasons gives hunters plenty of opportunities to harvest pounds and pounds of high-quality venison. The nutritional value of a 3-ounce serving of roasted whitetail is as follows:
Protein: 26 grams
Fat: 3 grams
Cholesterol: 95 milligrams
21% of your daily allowance of Iron, 30% of your Riboflavin, and 29% of your Niacin.
Check out the rest of the list HERE