Help me out. Is moose Kosher?
Yes. Moose is kosher.
An animal is defined by the Torah as kosher if it chews its cud3 (ma’alay gayra) and has hooves that are fully split (mafreset parsah v’shosa’at shesa prasot).
In addition to the physical indicia, the Bible (Deuteronomy 14:4-5) lists ten kosher “species”. According to the Talmud (Chullin 80a) these ten (and their subcategories) are the only species in the world that have both kosher requirements.4 Either method is sufficient: One may conclude that an animal is kosher upon either observing the physical indicia, or by recognizing it as one of the ten kosher species (Rambam, Ma’achalot Asurot 1:8; Aruch Hashulchan 79:4).