IMO, you need to supply more information!
Bullet performance is very subjective from personal experience.
One guy says that bullet "X" destroys a lot of meat but bullet "Z" hardly destroys anything!
When you read further he shot the first deer at close range at high velocity and hit the ham and the second bullet at long range and slipped it between two ribs
If your goal is to minimize meat loss then shoot the toughest bullet you can!
However, this is LRH, so you really need a fairly fragile bullet to perform at long range.
If the shot is close you have three options:
1) don't shoot = zero meat loss;
2) take the best shot and take your lumps on meat loss;
3) take care to avoid bones and large muscles, preferably a lung shot and accept that the deer may go up to 150 yards in a death run.
Last year at the end of the season I anticipated a long shot. So I loaded up a 200 grain 8mm SMK @ around 3000 fps.
The deer ( all does ) came out about 500 yards away but ran toward my location. I was hoping for a buck so kept watching their back trail.
They got to about 50 yards form my location when I decided that no bucks would be following them to me.
I shot one just behind the right front leg and it exited just in front of the left ham.
There was ZERO meat loss, but it was the most disgusting animal that I have ever gutted!
There was stomach and intestinal matter blown out the ENTRANCE hole and it filled the entire chest cavity!
This was not a bullet failure, it was just a symptom of shooting a long range load at a short range.
Had I aimed for a normal heart shot I would have had to hit the front leg and I can only imagine how much meat would have been lost.