I"m not sure if this topic belongs here but this seemed to be the the closest index spot to put it. If this is the wrong place, just delete this post. I thought there might be some small game hunters here in "Chicken Land" who might be able to help me with this issue. When I clean a squirrel I just can't seem to get all the hair off of the carcass. There isn't much on there, at least not enough to bother me, but my wife thinks it's gross, and won't eat it if there is ANY hair on the carcass. Does anyone have any good suggestions as to how I can get all the hair off the carcass after I've cleaned a squirrel? When I clean a rabbit, the fur comes off a lot easier and I don't have this problem. BTW I put a rabbit carcass in with my chickens (after I cooked it for stew) and they picked the bones clean. I thought it was amazing how clean they left the skeleten.