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Butchering & Processing in Southern North Carolina

Deer Processing

Looking for a new processor this year either in Richmond or Anson County. Post price is you know this year's price. Thanks
August 07, 2011 at 3:40pm
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Posted August 08, 2011 at 11:11am
Can't help!

Wish I could help you there but, I can't. I've been proccessing my own for 8 years now. It takes a little time but, you know it's your deer and all of your deer!

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Posted August 09, 2011 at 9:04pm
10-4

I usually slice and dice my own too, but I usually get at least one ground up...guess I need to find me a grinder.

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Posted August 10, 2011 at 8:03am
Grinder

I bought a grinder at Gander Mountain for about $100.00. Nothing fancy but it works great. I also bought a 5 lbs. sausage stuffer for about the same. They sell the seasonings and everything there.
I buy Boston Butts when they are on sale and grind them up with the Venison at about 70% deer to 30% pork. Then I mix in some Italian Season mix and I have Seasoned hamburger that the family kids, nieces and nephews love.
My brother in law use to take his to the butcher and swears he wasn't getting enough meat back. I told him.....that's why I do my own!

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