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Processor near Belton #7448121 03/02/19 02:18 PM
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I have an axis doe and a medium size pig that I need to get turned into sausage. Live in Belton and need someone reasonably close that will take both. So far the places I have called either won't take pigs, or are no longer accepting deer.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Looking for breakfast and link sausage specifically.

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Believe Hunters Creek in Liberty Hill will take both. Not too far from you and a great place.

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Might try Green's Sausage House. I know they do deer, not sure about the pig. A lot of places that process pigs do want them skinned before drop-off.


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Westphalia Market in Lott.


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another vote for Hunter's Creek ... Hunter's Creek will take both. They make really good pan breakfast sausage too. They get pretty pricey if you do a variety of different things but so does pretty much anywhere else.


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Originally Posted by Slow Drifter
Might try Green's Sausage House. I know they do deer, not sure about the pig. A lot of places that process pigs do want them skinned before drop-off.

This is who I recommend as well. Not sure on pigs, but their deer sausage is excellent.

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I wanted to try Green's this past season, but they hadn't opened up for regular season hours, closed on Sunday and I would need to bring in skinned & quartered ... I would call them to see what their policy is now that regular season is over and also if they take hogs ...


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Fortsonís in Waco will do it. A little drive but I take pigs to them year round. Get some snack sticks from them.

http://www.fortsonstaxidermy.com/

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Third vote for Hunter's Creek, I've been taking multiple animals per season there for at least 6 years and I've always had a great experience. They make great breakfast/pan sausage.


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Originally Posted by Co-walkabout
Fortsonís in Waco will do it. A little drive but I take pigs to them year round. Get some snack sticks from them.

http://www.fortsonstaxidermy.com/


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Had a work buddy recommend Locks, which is right down the road. Gonna give them a try since I could bring the meat in deboned and not pay $150 plus just for basic cutting plus the per pound on the sausage.

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You can't go wrong using Greens

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I thought of another one that I would also recommend ... P&R in Watson TX ... 6-7 miles west of Briggs, just west of where FM 963 crosses US 183. Some of the best summer sausage I've ever had ... not sure if they do hogs though.


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