They do have good food
I used them I think 3 times for deer processing about 8-10 + years ago I believe it was a father and son operation, really nice folks but it had to be the worse deer processing ever.
On all 3 occasions I only took the Back Straps, & Tenderloins out and had everything else processed, all 3 times they never had my deer processed close to when they said it would be done and there were challenges..
I brought a huge doe in there one time and got back about 2/3 of a grocery sack of meat and they had no explanation why.
Another time dropped off a doe I get back like 3 full sacks of meat, get home and it turns out they gave me part of some one else's order and yes I brought it back.
Brought a good sized buck that field dressed 148 lbs taken off my brother inlaw high fence ranch.
I ordered a lot of different sausages and asked the father how much he would charge based off the weight, he gave me a firm price and he wrote it down.
Come back and the son wanted to charge me quite a bit more had to go back and forth even though I showed him in writing the price, dad finally came in and honored it.
When I dropped the buck meat off to be processed I also asked them if they knew a good taxidermy to do a shoulder mount? Dad said yes use this guy a lot, so I left my buck with them .
Finally got it back and it was a disaster, my buck had a beautiful double white throat patch which was not there, the mold they used was very small.
The mount started deteriorating after a couple of years, the buck mount is in our climate controlled storage facility and looks like it is 60 years old.
Turns out the guy they sent it to is a fish taxidermist name Ron Kelly out of Lake Fork.
I hoe they do a lot better job of processing for the dad really seems like a great guy. Now when I shoot a deer I process most of it myself, if I want some really good sausages/links I take it to Cinnamon Creek off Old Denton Rd, they are great.