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Anyone know of a good place to have a deer processed in dutchess county? It is my first year in the area and Am planning my hunt for the fall and want to find somewhere to go if I am successful this year. 

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11 minutes ago, diplomat019 said:

malafy in red hook

No longer doing deer.

Someone mention a guy that worked there was starting up a place nearby but don't know details......I guess I should know thats only a mile from me but cut my own. Maybe someone on HudsonValleySportsman might know.

Edited by Dinsdale

Give it a name, apply human sentiment, and its no longer a wild animal its a Disney character.

 

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35 minutes ago, Jcurtis said:

Thanks for the help, let's hope I give your guy a call this fall

Well, he's not my guy; but he does come recommended by others I know.

Depends on what part of Dutchess too.

Maybe want to check with East Fishkill Provisions and see who they recommend. They do after butcher items like hotdogs and sausage when given the meat, but I'm pretty sure they don't butcher.

 

Anyway, good luck in the woods.

 


Give it a name, apply human sentiment, and its no longer a wild animal its a Disney character.

 

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there is a guy between town of Poughkeepsie and hyde park off of rt 9g I think the road is bircher ave....his name is Bill Beers has a good reputation

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On 8/7/2017 at 9:35 PM, Dinsdale said:

Here's the guy near Malafy.....

Last page in the thread.....

http://www.hudsonvalleysportsman.com/index.php/topic,18513.msg175841.html#msg175841

I just dropped my buck off with Greg last night after finding this post.  He's a young guy with a professional setup in his garage.  Big cold room, clean.  I'm not going to recommend him before I pick up the meat and try it, but so far so good.  Price quoted is just over a hundred for the normal cuts. I'll give an update in a few days.  

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Just to follow up Im very satisfied with Greg and "down the road butchery." 

In Milan NY near red hook.  Got a ton of meat from my buck.  Packaged and labeled nicely.  I would use them again. 

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