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Deer processer in Ridgway ,Elk County

Being optomistic I am looking for a processer near Ridgway. I am located in Millstone Township.
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Re: Deer processer in Ridgway ,Elk County

Good question. I believe I am right next to you. I am not sure of the township our camp is in, but we are above Hallton on the clear creek road side of the creek as I believe you are.

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Re: Deer processer in Ridgway ,Elk County

Teach, you should really look into butchering your own deer, honestly it is so easy to do. We started doing ours about 10 years ago and have saved a ton of money. Really good videos on youtube if you need the basics to get started. You'd be surprised how easy it is. Just get that hide off fairly quick (quicker the easier) and let it hang until you have the time to cut it up.(Outside temp permitting)
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Re: Deer processer in Ridgway ,Elk County

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Good question. I believe I am right next to you. I am not sure of the township our camp is in, but we are above Hallton on the clear creek road side of the creek as I believe you are.
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Re: Deer processer in Ridgway ,Elk County

Haha. Yeah now I am not sure I can find my own camp. Just kidding Jack. For future reference you are in Spring Creek TWP.

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Yes spring creek twp jack.

I don't know any processors I do my own when I get them.

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I think jack meant spring creek

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Re: Deer processer in Ridgway ,Elk County

Curt Gosnell at 6484 Grant Road in Ridgway (814) 776-2038 I don't know what his prices are like , but he is good.
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Re: Deer processer in Ridgway ,Elk County

Never used them as I also do my own but I believe Palumbo's in Ridgway processes them also, I like their beef sticks and steaks are pretty good.
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