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Best Deer Butcher/Processor in the Tulsa area?

Discussion in 'Hunting & Fishing' started by jim7711, Dec 3, 2020.

  1. kwaynem

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    This is crazy makes no sense do they freeze it then thaw it out and process it?
     
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    Do it yourself. It ain't rocket science, and you'll know how the deer was handled, from start to finish. I love Siegi's, but I don't know all the ya-hoos that bring in deer that may have been mishandled.
     
  3. Mr.Glock

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    Always processed wildlife and our cows ourselves.
     
  4. kwaynem

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    We have a walk in cooler that is just big enough to hold 4 deer the front half is where the saw and grinders are along with a bench to cut everything up
     
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    Sounds like a great set up.
     
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  6. kwaynem

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    I just wish we could do the skinning inside
     
  7. Honey Badger

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    THIS. 100 %
     
  8. MacFromOK

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    One of my brothers used a chainsaw to cut up deer. He'd clean it at the car wash.
    :drunk2:

    EDIT: Btw, he cleaned the chainsaw at the car wash, not the deer... :D
     
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  9. Mr.Glock

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    Years ago when we hunted hard, a guy that hunted on one of our Farms took a 5x8 single axle trailer, built a insulated enclosure on it with a small IBeam that would pull the deer up and slide em inside. On one side he had a small 5000btu a/c unit that would keep em perfect till it got full and then he’d go to skinning when he got back home. If memory serves it would hold about 7-10 deer. To small for a cow, but when we would break legs and backs of roping calves it was great to keep em cool till we could process them. We would gut em and wash em and hang em in the little trailer till after the Roping was over.

    It is not hard to learn to properly render wildlife and process and wrap the meet for storage. There are several techniques to do such, just find the one you like. Hit ups some Restaurant used equipment places and find a good slicer and grinder and get after it. Will your first few turn out like a Processor would do? No, but you will get good at it.
     
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    one of our club members took over 6 months to get his meat. Recommend wild country meats... deer processing is in their new location in cleveland. Vacuum packaged, good price.
     
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