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buckmaster32

deer processing.

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Does anyone know where in the duluth area you could bring a deer to get processed? Im looking for something that is not to expensive for just the basics.

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A couple of places, one is Adolphs off the Midway road and Hi-way 2. The other is prey's off of county road 4. I've been to both when I didn't have time to do it myself.

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I think there is a place off of St. Louis County 44 that is called Cole's cuts also. It's up by Schultz Lake if I rememeber correctly.

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Adolph meats is a close and gooed place to go,

Talk to Shane or Shawn they will set you up with all the right stuff. They make some of the best brats around.

If you ever stop up there try the chili cheese brats.

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go up to Cole cuts(721-3931), Mike and his wife do a fantastic job!

I think it will run you about 75.00

we bring all of ours there

Up by the sportsmans bar on hwy.44

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