Two men can carry a deer on a pole Ny tying its legs together in pairs, slipping the pole through, and tying the head to the nnle. Unless the carcass is tied snugly fo the pole such a burden will swing like a pendulum as you trudge along, especially if the pole is at all springy.
A more comfortable way is to make a litter of two poles by laying them parallel, about two and one-half feet apart, and nailing or tying cross-pieces athwart the poles. Whittle the ends of the poles to a size convenient for your hands, and fasten to each end of the litter a broad strap, in such a way that it may pass over the shoulders of the carrier and thus take up much of the weight. Then lash the animal securely to the top of the litter.