Hey Wings, what did you used to do with your deer entrails?? Just leave that stuff at the kill site, so long as you are away from a water source (stream, lake, etc).. Coyotes, bears, and birds need to eat. Leave the bones too unless you use them to make game stock with. You can keep the heart and liver if they are in good shape, healthy, and not destroyed from the shot. Bring a pack frame and at least 5 game bags if you will be carrying out the quarters yourself. I hunt with my pack frame on me. You will likely need to make up to 5 round trips, so keep that in mind when you decide to shoot depending on how late in the day it might be. A typical Rocky Mnt bull weights 600 to 800 lbs, a cow averages around 500lbs. Gutted and boned you can divide those weights by half, then divide that by 4 quarters. For example if you have a 500 lbs cow each quarter of boned out meat will be about 63 lbs on the pack frame and mutiply that by 4 trips. If it's a bull you will pack out the 40 lbs of skull and antlers on the 5th trip. On average you will carry about 63 lbs to 100 lbs of meat per trip on the pack frame depending on your animal. The above is based on the solo hunter working by himself. If you have a few friends with you then consider this work to go much easier. It's a task no matter what, but still do-able if solo.