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Dano2

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Dano2

ok, i need to mention I used to cut my own deer up myself as I know there will be one or

several that cant wait to tell me that LOL, I just dont do it anymore. Fair enough? Ok, I'm

looking for good deer processor that takes entire deer. Was thinking of trying the one

in Audubon, have you used them or know anyone that has?  have gone to J&B out by

Barnsville for many years but new owners are only taking what you cut up and bring in this year

and there is really nothing else around Fargo Moorhead unless you butcher your own

or dont mind waiting 3-5 months to get back. thanks a lot for any info. ya all can provide.

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paceman

Lately I have been taking mine to ether Hoffman's or Lakes processing in DL. Been quite Happy with both. But they are pretty busy, so you might have to wait a month or 2 depending on what your have  made. Have heard very good things from the Audubon one as well. A tish to the East, Ketters in Frazee also has a very good reputation. I drive TH 10 quite a bit. I see a sign for one in Dilworth, north side of the road. No idea what they are like.

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Dano2

Thanks. I did talk to the guys at lakes processing so think I will try them out. The one in Dilworth (gourmet game) I hear is pretty good but should bring your own trim in as they dont take whole deer. they do have a guy that will cut the deer up then bring it over to Gourmet, but I have heard some nasty stories about his shop and how unsanitary.

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forcedtowork

I believe the person that cuts them up and brings it over to Gourmet Game is the son.  Gourmet Game is good, but you do have to wait a long time to get it back.

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huntnfish

Gourmet game in dilworth is where I bring mine and I've always been pleased with it. I have always just brought meat to him so I have no idea about the guy that will bone them out for you. I do know that it's his son though. I also don't know what the wait time would be this time of year. I normally take mine in after the first of the year and it's back to me in about a week. I normally get country sausage and sticks made. 

 

Years ago ago we used to take our whole deer into Audubon but stopped after 2 of the sausages came back with about an inch of them stuffed full of deer hair. Not just a hair or two but the entire casing stuffed with hair. Everything we got back was always good but that was over 20 years ago now. I would try it again but dilworth is much more convenient for me. 

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