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Deer Processor between Bridgeport and Runaway Bay #8131555 01/16/21 01:32 PM
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Anybody ever use this processor, think it's a gunshop up front with cooler and processing out back. Have bee curious as to their pricing, product and most important quality. And no, I don't process my own harvests. Thanks for input.

Re: Deer Processor between Bridgeport and Runaway Bay [Re: DQ Kid] #8131691 01/16/21 03:30 PM
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There are about a half dozen older threads on this place. —-> One thread

I wouldn’t use them.

Re: Deer Processor between Bridgeport and Runaway Bay [Re: Rustler] #8131708 01/16/21 04:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Rustler
There are about a half dozen older threads on this place. —-> One thread

I wouldn’t use them.

So Sniper Rab addressed it specifically with the hair and bone comment, yuk..Thanks for the info.

Re: Deer Processor between Bridgeport and Runaway Bay [Re: DQ Kid] #8132961 01/17/21 11:54 PM
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We just picked up a deer from Bridgeport. This is the first time using them so I can't comment to quality yet.

Re: Deer Processor between Bridgeport and Runaway Bay [Re: jhunter77] #8133054 01/18/21 12:54 AM
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Originally Posted by jhunter77
We just picked up a deer from Bridgeport. This is the first time using them so I can't comment to quality yet.

The gun shop? Please let us know how it goes..

Re: Deer Processor between Bridgeport and Runaway Bay [Re: DQ Kid] #8133674 01/18/21 04:18 PM
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DQ there is a processor/taxi. on hwy.16 just north of Rock Creek on the east side of #16. This use to be Doc's liquor store. Just make sure you tell them to put the hamburger meat in socks. You can tell them you know me.


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Re: Deer Processor between Bridgeport and Runaway Bay [Re: DQ Kid] #8135194 01/19/21 06:16 PM
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DQ we used some ground for spaghetti last night it was typical ground venison, it looked good and tasted good my daughter said that she found 2 hairs in it but I've had that happen at more costly processors, heck I've done it processing my own deer at home. The jerky has a good texture and chew the flavor is ok but I like my jerky hot. I'm going to cook some sausage links this weekend and will have more to report.

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Originally Posted by jhunter77
DQ we used some ground for spaghetti last night it was typical ground venison, it looked good and tasted good my daughter said that she found 2 hairs in it but I've had that happen at more costly processors, heck I've done it processing my own deer at home. The jerky has a good texture and chew the flavor is ok but I like my jerky hot. I'm going to cook some sausage links this weekend and will have more to report.

Thanks sounds good; how did the pricing seem to you?

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The price was like $140

We got 5lbs of jerky
10lbs of sausage links
backstraps butterflied
and ended up with about 24lbs of ground

Re: Deer Processor between Bridgeport and Runaway Bay [Re: jhunter77] #8135335 01/19/21 07:45 PM
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Originally Posted by jhunter77
The price was like $140

We got 5lbs of jerky
10lbs of sausage links
backstraps butterflied
and ended up with about 24lbs of ground

Sounds about right..Let us know how the sausage product goes please. Thanks

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