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Old 11-20-2008, 07:47 PM
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Default Deer processing

If you have some spare time, it's well worth it to process your own deer for a number of reasons. First, you know it's your deer! Second the equipment is cheap. Third, the prices for a locker to do it is sinful!!! I pay 10 dollars for 100 one pound burger bags, paid 25 dollars for a fancy tape machine and built my own grinder for 100 bucks. I finished my son-in-laws buck today. Four t-loin roasts, two heart roasts and 25 pounds of burger. This is about my 20th job and am getting pretty good at it.......obtw, you need some good knives. Regards, Rick.
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