When transporting game in a vehicle, make sure that the carcass remains clean and that it receives enough air circulation. One or two hunters can drag most deer out of the woods: just pull it along, stopping to rest as needed. If there is snow on the ground, you can use a plastic sled or cart to move the carcass. Never carry a deer on your shoulders. This can be extremely dangerous because you might look like a deer to another hunter. In dry conditions, a larger animal usually must be cut up into halves or quarters and then packed out by backpack or horse. In remote locations, this can sometimes take several days.