I should mention that if you are going to get in to eating raw on the reg there's a few guidelines with which to look for when purchasing meat...
All animals should be free range, organic, hormone and antibiotic free, regardless of variety.
If it is a ruminant (cow, sheep, goat, etc) it should be 100% grass/forage fed. They were not meant to eat grains on a regular basis if at all. The vitamins in the milk and meat come from the chlorophyll in the vegetation, corn husks alone are not good either.
If it's pig it should be fed a variety of foods, they have a digestive system similar to ours.
Poultry should be allowed to forage for bugs, seeds and vegetation, some supplementation with organic grains is ok.
Fish should be wild caught, not farmed, same with shellfish. If what I've read is correct mercury is not dangerous when unheated but is when cooked.
I would not recommend raw wild animals when they're in any kind of proximity to civilization, but raw in the wild is A ok. In fact the most delicious piece of meat I've ever eaten was wild turkey liver right out of the bird.
Just use common sense and you should be golden!