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E&M Custom Meats 315-533-6921 Westmoreland 2601 Rt 233. Younger kid, has done our pigs for a few years now.  We dont get anything fancy but cuts it up however we ask, good prices.  He started with deer processing in Blossvale then expanded.  My father in law brought a deer there this year.

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