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Deer Processing #8939028 10/19/23 03:41 PM
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Is there a good place around the Dallas area that do Deer Processing. Reasonable prices

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Best I've found is Kuby's when I want to have some good sausage made.


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Originally Posted by ChadTRG42
Best I've found is Kuby's when I want to have some good sausage made.


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Cinammon Creek is pretty good...

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Originally Posted by DQ Kid
Cinammon Creek is pretty good...


they have gotten expensive. My bull this year was $1025. All ingit was ground w/bacon and fajita meat.

Their meat balls and brawts are hard to beat though


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Dry Creek processing in Poolville is my go-to. It's quite a ways from Dallas, though.

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Originally Posted by BOBO the Clown
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Cinammon Creek is pretty good...


they have gotten expensive. My bull this year was $1025. All ingit was ground w/bacon and fajita meat.

Their meat balls and brawts are hard to beat though


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I like Kuby's smoked sausage more than Cinnamon Creek. Neither one is cheap though. For ground breakfast sausage, I like Rudolph's in Deep Ellum and it was only ~$2.50/lb last year. No matter what place you choose if you're wanting sausage, it's a lot more cost effective if you debone it yourself and provide them the deboned meat. I personally like doing this because I give the tenders, backstraps, and roasts a lot more TLC than they do.

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Originally Posted by Gringo Bling
I like Kuby's smoked sausage more than Cinnamon Creek. Neither one is cheap though. For ground breakfast sausage, I like Rudolph's in Deep Ellum and it was only ~$2.50/lb last year. No matter what place you choose if you're wanting sausage, it's a lot more cost effective if you debone it yourself and provide them the deboned meat. I personally like doing this because I give the tenders, backstraps, and roasts a lot more TLC than they do.


becareful with this unless you have cool storage facility on lease/land. For TX tagged animals you cant go beyond qtr. I went through a 30 min discussing with GW over this, and left with a warning.


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Originally Posted by BOBO the Clown
Originally Posted by Gringo Bling
I like Kuby's smoked sausage more than Cinnamon Creek. Neither one is cheap though. For ground breakfast sausage, I like Rudolph's in Deep Ellum and it was only ~$2.50/lb last year. No matter what place you choose if you're wanting sausage, it's a lot more cost effective if you debone it yourself and provide them the deboned meat. I personally like doing this because I give the tenders, backstraps, and roasts a lot more TLC than they do.


becareful with this unless you have cool storage facility on lease/land. For TX tagged animals you cant go beyond qtr. I went through a 30 min discussing with GW over this, and left with a warning.



I quarter the deer then into a cooler if need and complete the process at home. In Mississippi they are boned out hanging and put in the cooler to process at home, different state different laws.

When I was taking sausage somewhere to be made I took it to them boned out cut up and packaged from 2 or 3 deer, per the Game Warden and processor that was not a problem and it was indeed cheaper with them than if bones were included.

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Originally Posted by ChadTRG42
Best I've found is Kuby's when I want to have some good sausage made.



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Kuby's is good for sure. If you are around Hamilton or pass through there hunting give this place a try.. Will put it up against Kuby's any day. Lone Star Brats have the beer included in them already. Triple smoked bacon burger fantastic.

https://wenzellonestarmeat.com/pages/processing


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Don't know what part of Dallas you live in but I have used Rockwall Deer processing several times and have always had good luck
Clean facility, good people, reasonable prices.

https://rockwalldeerprocessing.com/contact-us/

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Nothing beats doing it yourself, for what you pay a processor these days you can buy your own grinder and smoker


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Re: Deer Processing [Re: kmon11] #8948399 11/02/23 06:05 PM
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Originally Posted by kmon11
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Originally Posted by Gringo Bling
I like Kuby's smoked sausage more than Cinnamon Creek. Neither one is cheap though. For ground breakfast sausage, I like Rudolph's in Deep Ellum and it was only ~$2.50/lb last year. No matter what place you choose if you're wanting sausage, it's a lot more cost effective if you debone it yourself and provide them the deboned meat. I personally like doing this because I give the tenders, backstraps, and roasts a lot more TLC than they do.


becareful with this unless you have cool storage facility on lease/land. For TX tagged animals you cant go beyond qtr. I went through a 30 min discussing with GW over this, and left with a warning.



I quarter the deer then into a cooler if need and complete the process at home. In Mississippi they are boned out hanging and put in the cooler to process at home, different state different laws.

When I was taking sausage somewhere to be made I took it to them boned out cut up and packaged from 2 or 3 deer, per the Game Warden and processor that was not a problem and it was indeed cheaper with them than if bones were included.



I was trying to do the exact same. $18-20 bucks a qtr cheaper deboned. The TX GW argued i could do it there in front of him but not travel with it deboned.

We are type 2 cold storage now so not a big deal


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Bobo the processor I used in Hamilton for sausage would take it year round, for those would bone it out at home and transport it froozen to him. Pick up sausage ready in a week or two. Sometimes take it to him in turkey season when I would be there anyway


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Originally Posted by kmon11
Bobo the processor I used in Hamilton for sausage would take it year round, for those would bone it out at home and transport it froozen to him. Pick up sausage ready in a week or two. Sometimes take it to him in turkey season when I would be there anyway


The processor will take it. Its the GW that was waiting at the drop off and wrote me the beyond qtr warning thats the issue. I had 4 does with heads in a bag in the cooler. I was real close to 4 tickets.


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Originally Posted by BOBO the Clown
Originally Posted by kmon11
Bobo the processor I used in Hamilton for sausage would take it year round, for those would bone it out at home and transport it froozen to him. Pick up sausage ready in a week or two. Sometimes take it to him in turkey season when I would be there anyway


The processor will take it. Its the GW that was waiting at the drop off and wrote me the beyond qtr warning thats the issue. I had 4 does with heads in a bag in the cooler. I was real close to 4 tickets.



Always, always bring the deer tag and license with the meat being transported. Even a bag of trim to the sausage maker. Save those deer tags! You don’t need the heads. And, return with the tag once it has been dropped off. Bring tags again for pickup and transport. Keep those tags with your heads, or with the taxidermist once meat is transported.

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