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Unread 12-02-2023, 07:55 PM   #31
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Weíve gotten hot dog looking things that have cheese in them . Iím pretty much smoked dogs or some kinda kielbasa stuff . Guy thatís works on the farm across the road from me has a butcher shop at his house . I understand he makes deer bologna , deer Slim Jimís and a bunch of other stuff . Iíve heard good things about his work but Iíve not had anyone do a deer for me in twenty years . The stuff that comes from PA Iím usually given some because I throw in a good portion of what they take .
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Got the call yesterday to pick up my deer today. For a cut, grind vacuum pack and process 10 lbs of maple sausage, 10 lbs of country sausage, 10 lbs of hot dogs and 10 lbs of "trail bologna", the bill is $180. That's darn good!!
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No steaks or backstraps?
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Mike that was a good deal. A buddy of mine took his deer to PA to a processor a few years back, I won't name, and he got 80lbs back (supplemented obviously with pork or whatever) and his bill was $450. What!???
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Mike that was a good deal. A buddy of mine took his deer to PA to a processor a few years back, I won't name, and he got 80lbs back (supplemented obviously with pork or whatever) and his bill was $450. What!???
Wow $9 a pound ! If I had a typical year and letís say killed ten that processing bill would be to rich for my blood hell one at that price is to rich for my blood . My biggest expense is freezer bags .
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Wow $9 a pound ! If I had a typical year and letís say killed ten that processing bill would be to rich for my blood hell one at that price is to rich for my blood . My biggest expense is freezer bags .
But you only kill small doe and buck of the year so you won't pay that much.
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No steaks or backstraps?
Backstraps, tenderloins and burger with their own beef fat added. He is a beefer farmer. No steaks. We had a whole hind 1/4 done up in minute steaks from the buck I killed. Sammy doesn't like venison steak so I don't bother. Gave another doe to our daughter and her hubby and donated one to Hunters Sharing the Harvest.

Had trail bologna so far and it is deeeelicious!! Sammy has to shoot a deer so we can have more made!!
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Mike that was a good deal. A buddy of mine took his deer to PA to a processor a few years back, I won't name, and he got 80lbs back (supplemented obviously with pork or whatever) and his bill was $450. What!???
I'm sure I know that processor.
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$450 for 80# is $5.62 per pound on my calculator
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$450 for 80# is $5.62 per pound on my calculator
Yep the calculater in my head needs a new battery I think.
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