Basic Wild Game Processing Services

Basic Processing (Part I)

Our Wild Game Processing Service includes your choice of steaks, roasts and burger with up to 10% beef fat.  Additional fat may be added for an additional fee - see our price list for details.  


Whole Clean Carcass

$1.40/lb.

Clean Quarters Only

$1.50/lb.

Clean Quarters with Trim

$1.60/lb.

Clean Boneless Meat

$2.00/lb.

Skinning Fees

Antelope

$40.00

Deer

$60.00

Elk

$80.00

Buffalo or Large Animal

$100.00


Caping

$50-$75


Antler Removal

$10.00

Cleaning Fees

Dry Carcass/Meat

$0.25/lb.

Dirty Carcass/Meat

$0.25/lb.

Hairy Carcass/Meat

$0.25/lb.

Blood Shot/Excessive Shot

$0.25/lb.


If any cleaning charge is listed on your intake form, you should only expect a 15-25% yield.

Wild Game Processing Cuts

Tenderloins

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The tenderloins are found on the opposite side of the loin and tucked under the spine just forward of the pelvis.  The tenderloins are the most enjoyable and tender cut.

Packaged Whole

1 Per Package

Loins

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The loin or backstrap, runs the length of the backbone and provides an excellent roast or steak.   You can elect to have your loins cut in 1 inch steaks (butterflied) or left whole.

Steaks

Packaged 2 Per Package

Roasts

Packaged 1 Per Package

Sirloins and Rounds

The sirloin comes from the hindquarter of the animal and is a semi-tender cut.  Sirloins can be cut into roasts or steaks and used for a variety of dishes.  

Steaks

Packaged 2 Per Package

Roasts

Packaged 1 Per Package


 

Rounds come from the hindquarter of the animal but are not as tender as the sirloin  Rounds can be cut into steaks or roasts.

Roasts

Packaged 1 Per Package

Steaks

Packaged 2 Per Package

Wild Game Processing

We do not process wild game like we would a domestic animal for retails sales.  


Additional meats not listed will be used for burger or specialty products.  


We also offer Stew Meat for an additional charge - please see our Fee Schedule for more details.

Roasts

Front Quarter Roasts

Roasts from the Front Quarter of the animal will be a traditional pot roast.  These roasts will fall apart or shred when cooked.  

From the Chuck (Arm) Primal a maximum number of roasts you can yield is 4.


Hind Quarter Roasts

Roasts from the Hind Quarter of the animal will be a slicing roast.  These roasts will not shred like a pot roast and will remain whole when cooked.


From the Sirloin Primal the maximum number of roasts you can yield is 4.


From the Round Primal the maximum number of roasts you can yield is 4.


Depending upon the size of your animal roasts will average between 2 and 4 lbs.

Wild Game Burger

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Burger is ground with up to 10% Beef Fat.  You may elect to add less or more fat.  We also offer Pork and Lamb fat for an additional charge.


Burger is packaged in approx. 1 lb. Poly Chubs and sealed with Orange tape.