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Old July 13th, 2017, 12:27 AM #1
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Deer processor

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I begin collecting full SS in Oct and will still be working full time so that means I can begin doing things I have not been able to afford.

Like out of state hunts.

All my hunting was done in northern Balto. Co. and I would always use a deer processor up there.

I hope to go to NC next fall (2018) to Buffalo Creek Guide Services for a combo deer, hog, black bear hunt but all they do is quarter the meat.

I live in northern AA Co. and have no clue where I can have the game processed for the freezer once I get it home, if I am successful.

Can anyone clue me in on a good meat cutter close to Glen Burnie?

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Old July 13th, 2017, 12:41 AM #2
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Austin Meats is just north of Arundel Mills near where I work but not where I hunt.

I only used them once and the guy doing paperwork was new and did not write my # down. Plus I told him I wanted all ground except the tenderloin and half of it was not ground.

I'll give them a second chance even though I think the prices are higher than what I'd pay if I drove west.
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Old July 13th, 2017, 07:33 AM #3
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Ray Hitchcock Taxidermy, they also do game processing. I took a quartered hog that I killed in Alabama to them. A friend of mine has had plenty of deer done there. He is on New Cut Road, a few minutes off of I-97. Not sure if they have a website, found this online:
https://www.yelp.com/biz/ray-hitchcock-taxidermy-severn
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Try doing it yourself. It's not that hard if you watch some of the good videos on the net. You can get a nice meat grinder at Harbor Freight and knife sets at BPS.
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Try doing it yourself. It's not that hard if you watch some of the good videos on the net. You can get a nice meat grinder at Harbor Freight and knife sets at BPS.
I agree with this....if you have the room to do it, process your own. Its really not that hard to do and there are lots of videos on the net.
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I have used Ray Hitchcock's. Nice folks, I am gonna use them this year too.
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Watch Scott Rea's videos on youtube. He'll teach you everything and you'll never want to use a processor again. Buy a vacuum sealer and a couple quality knives and you'll be set for life.
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