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    Party Deer Butcher List HELP!

    Everyone butchers their own Deer now? Anyone have any other info on other Butchers? Let's build a list.

    Gourmet Meats Ltd. off hwy #6 in Mount Hope they do an awesome job.
    You must skin your Deer first before bringing it in, but drop it off yourself anytime & list what you want. Excellent cuts & options, very well wrapped. EXPENSIVE and surprise pricing after butchered
    4262 Hwy 6, Mount Hope, (Caledonia Area)
    (905) 679-6821


    Campbellville (West of Milton). They do an awesome job everything is vacuum shrink wrapped.
    You must skin your Deer first before bringing it in, you must also call before you drop it off. Excellent cuts & options EXPENSIVE
    Going North into Campbellville, cross the tracks take your first left place is on the right, Ask for Gabe
    (905)-659-7494

    Charles Binkley (West of Dundas in Copetown); Off Governors Rd. Take Binkley Rd (go Right) onto Old highway 99. (Call first if going first time)
    Just bring your Deer anytime, has rack, gambrel, hooks to skin & hang. You can do yourself after first time. He’ll skin for you for $20.00. You must take away all residuals. You must bring fat to add if you want. And he prefers if you help with the butchering. Basic cuts & options, very well wrapped. Good Price.
    Ask for Charles Binkley
    1595 Old Highway NO 99, Dundas
    (905) 627-0936

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    Campbellville , pricey but WELL friggen worth it! By FAR the best around! You get what you pay for!!! be sure to call before you take your deer in as his freezer is almost always close to full! LOVE and i mean LOVE his pepperettes!!!

    Also you need it skinned, head cut off and hosed down before putting it into his freezer, The fellow is old but as I said does his magic thats worth more! I spoke to him today and he just added an extra 40 hooks onto his 80+ in his freezer that is kept at the same temp 24/7.
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    Shrubs Custom Meats, Peterborough
    King Street Market, Peterborough
    Franz's Butcher Shop, Peterborough

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    Anyone know of butchers near Grand Bend, London, and/or Tillsonburg?

    Had one but apparently they have ceased business.

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    This is the one I use in Ottawa's west end. Always been happy with the service and cuts.

    http://backcountrybutchers.webs.com/

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    universal game farm cold water. Very good job. But always a surprise for cost when picking up the order. Vacume packed and or butcher papper, does the skining for a resanable fee as well as vacume packed pepperettes if desired, a little pricey that way.
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    I'm looking for a butcher in 21A, north part. Any suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quaid View Post
    Anyone know of butchers near Grand Bend, London, and/or Tillsonburg?

    Had one but apparently they have ceased business.

    My back still aches when i hear that word...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BootScoot View Post
    My back still aches when i hear that word...
    Which word was that?

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    I started butchering my own deer a few years ago and will never go back. Its easier than you think and there are lots of good instructional videos on the internet. Eg: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uzYGBNDc_xU

    If you want/need pepperettes etc, just take the bulk cuts to a butcher after you wrap them.

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