HTML: <div class="wDYxhc" data-md="61" style="clear:none"><div class="LGOjhe" data-attrid="wa:/description" aria-level="3" role="heading" data-hveid="CBIQAA"><span class="ILfuVd"><span class="hgKElc">There is no regulatory requirement for beef carcass storage temperatures. Most processors will age carcass beef at temperatures below 40 degrees F with a common range from <b>34 to 38 degrees F.</b></span></span><span class="kX21rb ZYHQ7e">Sep 15, 2009</span></div></div>
59 second clip suggested5:29DIY Meat Cooler - YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipOnce we framed it we put in our 19 insulation. And then we just put a a sheet of plywood over thatMoreOnce we framed it we put in our 19 insulation. And then we just put a a sheet of plywood over that and then we put on the outside of this these these foam sheets I don't know the exact name of them.
Quickly cool, hang and perfectly age game meat the way professional butchers and game processors do. Our game walk-in coolers have an overhead rail system with sturdy game hooks to hold meat. Perfect for storing deer, turkey, or any other wild game.