taking your birds in for processing?

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taking your birds in for processing?

Postby roscoesbuddy » Thu Nov 10, 2005 11:19 am

i've heard some guys talking about taking their birds to a meat processing place to get made into sauage and jerky. for me that sounds like a great idea there is a place near me that we take our deer to. but what i'm wondering is how to you take the breasts to the processer. do you take in a bunch of single wraped breast or do you put all you duck breast in a big freezer bag or do just take the whole duck in? i don't really have time to make sauage or jerky out of my birds and this would keep me from killing more then i could cook just want to know how you guys prepare and get your birds to the processer.
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Postby bassinator » Wed Nov 16, 2005 7:10 am

I take most big game in for processing, but as far as upland and waterfowl, I do myself since I have a grinder.
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