The Wild Game Guide

The Wild Game Guide provides information on the hygiene regulations for food businesses that supply wild game for human consumption, and for people who hunt wild game and supply it either in-fur or in-feather or as small quantities of wild game meat.

The guide is available to download in full from the link below, along with the photo annex and the HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) plan.

If you have completed your DSC 1 since 2006 and have the new ‘blue’ coloured certificate, then you are already qualified as a ‘trained hunter’ for large game (ie deer).

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