Here is a picture of our cutting area that we've set up in my dad's garage. It has water and drains with a rail.
For me it all starts with a clean skinning job, then I wash the animal down and trim the edges of hair and dirt. There is almost no hair on the animal after this, maybe a dozen max!
Front shoulders are removed then one hind quarter is removed and hanged on a roller. Then flanks and back straps are removed, next the neck and then split the cut the spine with my knife and remove the pelvis from the last hind. Shoulders boned, back straps trimmed and cut, flanks and sides are cleaned, hinds are bones and cut to roasts and steaks.
I cut them very soon after skinning which is very soon after killing so I don't have to reskin my game, use water for cleaning hair of so no torch and no funky stuff and I remove the glands, it's the best quality wild game you can get!
I kinda idle now days so it takes more time than it used to a half hour or so for a deer or an hour or so for an elk. When I was cutting 60 a night there was five of us, three breaking and two of us cutting at 10 animal an hour average cut and wrap, elk and deer but we could hit a deer every three minutes if we were doing sausage animal that we just grind.
The four tools you need, steel, 8in curved breaking knife, 6in semi stiff curved breaking knife and a sharp hook.