Share The Harvest
Our Harvesting Schedule:
Due to Concerns with CWD, we will be handling deer differently this year. We will be requiring the County the Deer was Harvested in, the Confirmation #, whether the Deer was CWD tested or not. As always each deer will be kept separate — ie. roast, loin, steaks, deer burger is from your deer.
We do co-mingle deer for specialty products, however this year we will be separating deer harvested in CWD Counties, Deer being CWD Tested, and Deer Harvested in Non-CWD Zones. You can still request to do your own batches of Specialty Products for the additional charge, remember the minimum batch size is 25lbs for 1 item.
In areas where CWD is known to be present (Adair, Crawford, Franklin, Jefferson, Linn, Macon, Mercer, Oregon, Polk, St. Clair, Ste. Genevieve, Stone & Taney counties), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends hunters strongly consider having their harvested deer tested before eating the meat.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends not consuming an animal that tests positive for the disease. Do not eat meat from deer that look sick or are found dead. If a hunter chooses to dispose of the processed meat, do so properly through a trash service to a properly permitted landfill to prevent the spread of the disease.
Notice: Archery Hunters
We are only accepting deer that:
We Will stop taking carry in meat on oct. 29th 2022
& resume Taking Carry In Deer Meat on January 16th 2023
Carry-In Meat — Boneless Meat
Deer Tips & Reminders
Remember the three Cs. Keep the deer clean, cool, and covered.
Skinning, cutting roast, chops, steaks, & grinding plain burger. Includes disposal fee
Carry-In Deer or Wild Game Meat Processing
Minimum $100 charge
min. 25lb – $11.25
min. 25lb – $21.25
Own Batches Pricing
25lb, 50lb, 75lb, 100lb & up
Hide, bones, scrapes
w/ Cheese, 2lb
w/ Cheese, 1lb
w/ Cheese, 2lb pack