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Deer processing near Elk River

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Does anyone have a recommendation for a deer processor near Elk River/Zimmerman/Princeton? If so, do you know the cost?

I haven't got one yet but hope to do so within the next week or so.

Thanks.

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I really like the sticks at Von Hanson's (one in Blaine). I prefer the hot sticks with hot cheese but all of their sticks are good. The fry sausage is good as well. I don't care for their summer sausage, I get that done down South.

They charge me $110 to remove the meat from the bone on my buck this year. I think the sticks were $4.50/lb. They list their processing fees on their website.

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elk river meats.........reasonable pricing and great results....only open a few days in the week so you might want to find out the hours......

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We butcher our own now but have had great results with Elk River meats in the past also.

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