hunter

New York, NY

#1 Oct 4, 2012
Who in the tri-state are is the best at deer/wild game meat processing
JP

Charleston, WV

#2 Oct 4, 2012
Stay away from Phil's on Rt. 75 very bad experience. I am not recommending anyone. Just trying to save someone else a bad experience, although to be fair to them it may have been a onetime thing. But why take a chance and pay money and not get to enjoy the game you worked so hard to harvest. There are a lot of good ones around if you don't want to process it or cannot do it yourself.
Low Rider

Columbus, OH

#3 Oct 4, 2012
hunter wrote:
Who in the tri-state are is the best at deer/wild game meat processing
The one on buffalo creek in Ohio is very good. I've taken my deer there for years and always be satisfied.
Opw

Pittsburgh, PA

#4 Oct 24, 2015
Low Rider wrote:
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The one on buffalo creek in Ohio is very good. I've taken my deer there for years and always be satisfied.
Would u happen to have a number I can call?

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