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PACKING OUT ELK QUARTERS

Horse Packing out elk quarters Put a quarter in each pannier pointing in the same direction. I use Utah panniers and tighten my top pannier straps tight together after the elk quarters are loaded to bring in the quarters close to my horse. If you don’t have top pannier straps then I suggest you use rope to tie to each quarter to keep them close to the horse. Horse packing out loose dangling quarters increases the probability of a wreck.

The first elk I packed out on Rosie in 1985 was in very steep terrain and quite an experience. I led Rosie past the carcass, when she finally saw the carcass she jumped sideways 5 feet. I tried to load Rosie by myself for 1-2 hours with no success. Rosie just wouldn't stand still as I tried to put the elk quarter in the pannier. It was getting almost dark so I returned to camp. The next day Rosie and I went back and I learned how to pack an elk on a problem horse.

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