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Dale Doubak
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Deer processing
Is Schexnaydre’s the best in Kenner. Looking for a change


commode
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re: Deer processing
Deer Depot in St. Rose is pretty good, but hurry he is closing after this season.


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CHEDBALLZ
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re: Deer processing
Ride 30 minutes to Kens Butcher Shop in Raceland.


GeauxTigers0107
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re: Deer processing
Heard he was good. I'm going to Darcy's in Houma this year. First time using them but I had some of their smoked jalapeño this year and it was phenomenal. Goo (Craig Naquin) in Thibodaux does a fine job too. Breakfast sausage can't be beat.


magicman534
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re: Deer processing
It’s good but very expensive depending on what you get


rocket32484
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I'm getting a deer processed near Poplarville, MS at a place called Fortenberry's. Has anyone ever heard of or used these guys?


SeaPickle
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re: Deer processing
ive been getting mine done at bourgeois specialty meats (not the smokehouse) on tiger dr in thib. Price is inline or better than any other locals. Fast turn around and everything ive tried taste good


REB BEER
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re: Deer processing
Damn their prices seem expensive to me. I've taken 2 deer this year to a place here in Lafayette and it was $40 per deer each time and that was with sausage made both times and all ground meat mixed with ribeye fat. I weighed the meat from the 2nd one and got back 60# of meat.


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damonster
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I'm getting a deer processed near Poplarville, MS at a place called Fortenberry's. Has anyone ever heard of or used these guys?


Fortenberry’s makes very good sausage but they are very expensive. They sell deer sausage year round so I would have bought a few different packs of sausage before bringing the deer to them. Assuming you’re getting sausage made.


GeauxTigers0107
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Funny you mention them....just last night a buddy was talking to me about how inexpensive it was there, which kinda surprised me. He said it's delicious.


Dale Doubak
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What’s the name of the place in Lafayette? 40$ for a deer I got to call them


SeaPickle
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re: Deer processing
My buck yielded about 75lbs of deboned meat and was $100 and I deboned the legs cut out back strap and tenderloins.
They made 25 1/4 lb burgers which is the most expensive option and sausage (i thibk 2nd most expensove), cleane up my other meats and cut a roast or two out. All vacuum sealed.

My wife's doe was about 100lb on the hoof (guessing 50lbs deboned). I didn't debone but quartered, cut out back strap and tenderloins. This one was $190 and the price difference came from deboning. 70/30 ground meat with beef fat and stew meat and a roast is what I had done.
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007mag
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re: Deer processing
You boys getting raped down here. Up in NELA for $100 I could drop of a dead deer with skin and guts intact and go back a few days later and pickup my deer in vacuum sealed packages of tenderized steaks and ground meat. But we don't have deer tamales


BRgetthenet
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75lbs of deboned meat


That’s just the 4 quarters? That’s a big frickin deer.


SeaPickle
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re: Deer processing
back strap and tenderloins also. 75lbs was a guess on what it bagged after cleaning so after a few whiskeys It may have been a little less. It was a big deer (far the marsh)
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SeaPickle
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re: Deer processing
I'm sure places are cheaper else where but everyone I've called around me this place was cheaper or right at the same price. Also it's a mile or so from my house with a quick turn around


Jimbo21165
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re: Deer processing
I use this guy.....

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007mag
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re: Deer processing
Oh believe me Ive called around and know how much it cost down here.


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REB BEER
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re: Deer processing
Adrienne’s grocery on Congress.


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rocket32484
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Fortenberry’s makes very good sausage but they are very expensive. They sell deer sausage year round so I would have bought a few different packs of sausage before bringing the deer to them. Assuming you’re getting sausage made.


Do you know if they make anything other than sausage/ground meat? I looked around on their site for bit


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