Deer

Deer

OHIO GUN SEASON HOURS


Monday (12/2) thru Saturday (12/7): 9am-6:30pm
Sunday (12/8): 3pm-6pm
Monday (12/9): NO FROZEN
Deer will be accepted for processing

If you cannot make it by closing to drop off your deer, but can get to us before 7pm, Please call ahead and let us know you’re on your way – we will wait for you!!

DEER PROCESSING RATES

SKIN, CUT, WRAP & FREEZE: $100 (includes basic standard cuts only)
CHEST MOUNTS:                       $25 (additional fee)
QUARTERS, CUT, WRAP & FREEZE:  $100 (includes basic standard cuts only)
DEER WITHOUT HEAD/LEGS (SKIN, CUT, WRAP & FREEZE): $150 
                                                      (includes basic standard cuts only)

ADDITIONAL OPTIONS (extra charges):
         FRESH- Cased Deer Sausage (Season included + Pork added):  $1/lb

SMOKED & COOKED PRODUCTS:
10 LB. MINIMUN FOR EACH

Trail Bologna:   $2.25/lb
Summer Sauage:  $2.25/lb
Snack Stix:   $3.75/lb
Hot Pepper Cheese Trail:   $3.50/lb
Smoked Deer Sausage:   $2.25/lb
Smoked Ham:   $7.00 each
Smoked Loin:   $5.00 each
(These prices are for deer completely processed by us and not “bring-in” qtrs, or de-boned meats)

“BRING-IN” DE-BONED DEER MEAT
(February 28th-October 31st)

GRINDING (Deerburg):   $10 MINIMUM

PACKAGING & FREEZE:   .60¢ per lb.

FRESH- CASED DEER SAUSAGE (season included):  $1  per lb.

BONING CHARGE: MINIMUM  $50- 2 Quarters (hinds or shoulders)
$100- per 3-4 Quarters or Equivalent to one deer

SMOKED & COOKED PRODUCTS:
10 LB. MINIMUM for each:

Trail Bologna:   $2.50/lb
Summer Sausage:   $2.50/lb
Snack Stix:   $4.00/lb
Hot Pepper Cheese Trail:   $4.00/lb
Smoked Deer Sausage:   $2.50/lb
Smoked Ham:   $8 for each
Smoked Loin:   $6 for each

*PLEASE NOTE: All smoked meats are left FRESH, not FROZEN!!*

****Vacuum Sealing Included in Product Prices****

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  1. 1

    Vance A. Mayle

    Do you guys take donations? Meaning if I tag a deer would you guys take it and use it to feed the hungry? I get my limit mostly every year and it is more meat than my family needs. I been looking into donating the meat and someone mentioned you guy.

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      donsmeats

      Hi, Vance! Yes we take deer for donations, as we are partnered with Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry. As long as the deer is tagged, we will take care of the rest at no cost to you!

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    Attention Deer Hunters! | Don's Custom Meats

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    Paul Barnaby

    My normal deer processor went out of business and I found A guy that processed deer in area but doesn’t do summer sausage. You were recommended by a friend. Can I bring in 20lbs of venison for summer sausage. Now that I’m aware you do everything you will have a new customer moving forward
    Paul Barnaby. 330-968-8834
    Live in Stark County that’s why you were hard to find!!

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      donsmeats

      Hi, Paul! We would love to process your deer for you, however, because we are beginning our busiest deer processing week, we will only be accepting full-bodied deer for processing. We will resume accepting boned-out meat at the end of January for processing. Please call us if you have any questions!

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    Desiree Jeffries

    If I get a deer late in the evening when the shop is closed, what is my best option to clean it and get it processed?

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      donsmeats

      Hi, Desiree! As long as you properly evicerate your deer and keep the hind quarters separated, your deer will be fine until you get it to us. Please refer to our post from Sept.2016 for additional tips on preventing your deer from spoiling: https://donscustommeats.com/2016/09/26/attention-deer-hunters/

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    Scott

    Do you guys do European mounts? I’ve already done the rest of the deer so just the head is left.

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      donsmeats

      Hi, Scott! Unfortunately, we do not do any mounts. We recommend Moe’s Mounts, in Carrollton, OH, if you’re local!

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    Ken

    Shot my deer thanksgiving hopping to get anther on before I got it procest not looking good I froze it and in freezing it now like get sticks and trail well that be a problem with you

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      donsmeats

      Hi, Ken!
      We will begin taking frozen deer meat for processing in February. Please call after February 1st to confirm we are accepting frozen deer meat for processing.

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