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#2442427 - 07/20/11 01:03 PM Hog Processing
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Registered: 09/22/10
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I live in Plano, north of dallas. Who are some of the more cost effective deer and hog processors?


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#2442477 - 07/20/11 01:25 PM Re: Hog Processing [Re: Logante]
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Learning to do it yourself and putting a table and cutting board in your garage. Good, the most cost effective and satisfying.

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#2442479 - 07/20/11 01:25 PM Re: Hog Processing [Re: Logante]
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anybody but Kuby's!!


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#2443068 - 07/20/11 05:24 PM Re: Hog Processing [Re: SNAKEBIT]
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Do it urslef at the lease then wait for the coyotes....for the left overs.

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#2443069 - 07/20/11 05:25 PM Re: Hog Processing [Re: Logante]
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Originally Posted By: Logante
I live in Plano, north of dallas. Who are some of the more cost effective deer and hog processors?


Next time you get hog shot call me I will show you how its done.
Your place, I am in Plano as well. All you provide is beer.

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#2443316 - 07/20/11 07:13 PM Re: Hog Processing [Re: big-tex]
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Originally Posted By: big-tex
Originally Posted By: Logante
I live in Plano, north of dallas. Who are some of the more cost effective deer and hog processors?


Next time you get hog shot call me I will show you how its done.
Your place, I am in Plano as well. All you provide is beer.


sounds like a great deal dere u go u get one pig procesed for beer!!!an a great time amigo!!

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#2444131 - 07/21/11 06:15 AM Re: Hog Processing [Re: big-tex]
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Originally Posted By: big-tex
Originally Posted By: Logante
I live in Plano, north of dallas. Who are some of the more cost effective deer and hog processors?


Next time you get hog shot call me I will show you how its done.
Your place, I am in Plano as well. All you provide is beer.


Can't beat that deal ! Really a cool thing to do. That is how I learned many years ago.. up

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#2452791 - 07/25/11 11:59 AM Re: Hog Processing [Re: SNAKEBIT]
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Registered: 12/14/10
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Loc: Carrollton/The Colony
Originally Posted By: SNAKEBIT
anybody but Kuby's!!


What is wrong with Kuby's? I read a lot of goog things about them and took a hog there a coupld of weeks ago. I'm supposed to pick it up this week.


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#2452807 - 07/25/11 12:08 PM Re: Hog Processing [Re: gdavidm]
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Processing fees with Kubys will get expensive. That is probably why he said that. But the trick with them is to skin/quarter and debone the hog yourself and only take in the meat. Then you only pay a price per pound fee amount depending on what your having made out of it. They truly make some of the best sausage and processed meat products than any other processor I have ever used.

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#2460131 - 07/27/11 10:23 PM Re: Hog Processing [Re: Sniper John]
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Take big-tex's deal. can't beat beer for learning that new skill.

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#2460795 - 07/28/11 09:29 AM Re: Hog Processing [Re: Big Hat Outfitters]
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Loc: Krum, TX
+1 on processing it yourself. I process all my game and can't imagine paying anyone to do it, plus I am picky about what cuts (and not necessarily standard butcher cuts) I want for various purposes.

I would go for the beer deal too!

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#2461584 - 07/28/11 02:55 PM Re: Hog Processing [Re: Wader]
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I'm in North Dallas, but I can drive to Plano with beer on ice.

We're gonna keep big-tex drunk.

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#2461634 - 07/28/11 03:12 PM Re: Hog Processing [Re: donswin]
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Loc: Plano Tx
Originally Posted By: donswin
I'm in North Dallas, but I can drive to Plano with beer on ice.

We're gonna keep big-tex drunk.


Keep em coming cheers , back in Europe they say when you mix meet, more you put heart and sweat better it will taste. Plus I appreciate my own work and know what I have in my sousages.
I like to cure my meat but limit chemicals to minimum.
As I said your place I will bring grinder, mixer and stuffer.
You also need to purchase casing, beer and you will do work as well. I will also bring cure as it will take 4 oz. for 100lb of meat and you can not buy it in local stores. Smoker stays home.



Edited by big-tex (07/28/11 03:16 PM)
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