My walk in deer cooler for under $1500

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18 thoughts on “How to build a walk in cooler

  1. CoolBot says:

    Hey Dutch – great video and nice cooler! We're really glad you like the CoolBot and appreciate you sharing your cooler video. Just holler if there's ever anything we can do to help out on it!

  2. Mike Sidebottom says:

    nice murder shed. I have to make 1 now here in Alaska so i can hang moose. thanks global warming
    There used to be 2 feet of snow in September now it does not snow till Xmas or some times non rain all winter and now my hunting area is on fire.( thanks all the citys full of junk trash) now im on fire in the summer keep pumping out kids so they can drive mini vans and they pump out more kids

  3. Darci Douglass says:

    Thanks so much for sharing this. I just found your channel. It is good to see a fellow Oklahoman doing off grid and prepping. I know we are from the backwoods here, but there are so many people that don't know this. I knew about root cellars, but I never thought of this. When God finally moves us to our country acreage, we will have to do this. I love this idea! Thanks again!

  4. benjamin limback says:

    Nice, i have an old shed i could make shift for the time being but i wanna get an easement off a barn and create a massive walk in cooler (possibillity of increasing from 60 acres to 300 acres soon or way more like 5k acres depending on my luck) I just figure more area more animals and more slaughtering. Also debating getting my pronghorn license addition next year so i can test the rumor of how good of eating it is.

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