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Missdemeanor

New Deer Processer

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 I delivered some last years roasts to a guy starting a new venison processing business In Albion. Deer Done Right is the name of the business. Doug seems like a great guy. He let me try a piece of summer sausage he makes...It was delicious. he does slim sticks, Sausage (breakfast, summer and Italian), Hot dogs, Hamburger mixes and other things I can't remember. There is a Facebook page. He does not Butcher deer there, he just processes meat into whatever you want. I ordered 25 lbs of cheddar hot dogs and some sticks... 

  I will advise once I have the finished product....

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A lot more reasonable than I've found..... More of an incentive for me to fill those tags

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Can't find him on Facebook, would you mind uploading contact info. Bought had enough of costanza and his 27 dollar a pound sausage

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Doug Ashberry

14444 East Bacon Rd

Albion Ny

585-590-6259

I had 25 lbs of Hot dogs and like 8 or 9 lbs of slim Jim's for approx 160 bucks.... I think that's pretty reasonable. I love Schwanns in Rochester, but I'm willing to give this guy a shot. Like I said, his summer sausage was awesome. I will give an honest fat guy's review of the other stuff when I get it back...

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How many lbs of meat did you take him to get the 40lbs back?

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12 lbs makes double for dogs.... And slim Jim's are less ...due to shrinkage ( know what I mean silver Fox...lol) .... I think I brought him 22 lbs give or take

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I actually work with Doug. Great guy. He brought some summer sausage and meat sticks into the office the other day. Great stuff. im going to give him a whole bunch of diver duck to make into chees-dogs. Ill let everybody know how it turns out (although I have no doubt hell do a great job).

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If he can make a diver taste good, he should qualify as a magician.

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I always went to Tim Steele in Avon and he made the divers into chees-dogs that were incredible. no idea how he does it. we shoot a ton of divers on Seneca and conesus and I didn't know what to do with them anymore so I just asked Tim to do what he could, and they're great. I figured id give Doug a shot as all his other products seem really good.

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Woodie.... I'm sure whistlers and buffies could be decent... Redheads, Blue bills and Cans get the marinade, wrapped in bacon and grilled. We shoot a lot of Bills, and Cans.... Great Idea with making dogs out of them.

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Missdemeanor, Yeah I've done the bacon and marinade, but there's only so many you can eat and feed to your friends that way haha. I find it a lot easier to get people to try a hotdog. Tim does a great job with that and I'd recommend it if anybody ends up with a bunch of divers. I think he has a 10 pound dropoff limit?

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I always went to Tim Steele in Avon and he made the divers into chees-dogs that were incredible. no idea how he does it. we shoot a ton of divers on Seneca and conesus and I didn't know what to do with them anymore so I just asked Tim to do what he could, and they're great. I figured id give Doug a shot as all his other products seem really good.

Tim does a great job.

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