I am looking for a deer butcher. close proximity to 17 and below exit 84. Any suggestions? I remember one in Liberty but not sure he is still in business.
I'm guessing the OP doesn't have the space to properly process a deer. When I was a kid, they just hung the deer in a tree in the back yard. The neighbors thought it was a natural thing. Now-a-days, the closer you get to the city, the more people are pussies about seeing dead things.I was able to butcher my own deer in 1/2 hour but we skinned them as soon as we could. If they are warm the skin came off like a glove.
Looks butchered to me....for $60-80 I'd recommend the OP to buy a good knife, watch couple U-tube videos and do it himself.
Hang it in your bathtub if you have to!!
I butcher my first deer last season and it wasn't hard at all! And I use a couple cheap flip knifes.
I agree with you on the part that each muscle should be cut properly but one only learns from taking that first cut.Its worth the cost to pay someone if you do not know what your doing. I was a butcher for 12 years and did process about 1000 dear over a 5 year period on the side. Its not rocket science but each muscle should be cut properly to avoid ruining the deer. Anyone can cut a deer but a butcher or someone with experience will do a much better job.