First thing after taking a Deer ya got to field dress it. This involves removing the intreals and certain care and precautions should be followed. Bucks and does are mostly the same with a slight exception. On a Buck first thing I do is remove the scent gland from the lower back leg. I was always told if left on it would leach into the meat and leave an unplesant taste. I cant say that it does as I have always made sure to remove it. Tools needed is in my opinion: 2 very sharp knives...1 about a 3-4" blade, 1 with 6-8" heavier blade, preferably with a GUT HOOK. 1 Sharp sturdy pruning saw (I carry the fold up kind) 1 Butt-out tool Also I use those disposiable latex gloves, Wal-Mart sells them in a two pack. 1 regular length and 1 sholder length. All this stuff you can find in any sporting goods store/section this time of year in the hunting gear section. Also I carry a block and tackle to hang the deer, as I find it a lot easier to field dress hanging than laying on the ground. Again Wal-Mart sells a block-tacke kit with a hanger that looks like a big coat hanger....works great. I wont go into exactly how to do it as there are many videos on the next that demonstrate real well. Just Google "field dressing deer" to type here whould be about 4-5 pages worth. besides there are different approaches to it. Just have to research, try different ways and see what works best for you. Thats what I did. Depending on method might need more/less/different tools.