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  1. #1
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    In a bind for a butcher in the LML

    Hey all,

    A friend of ours got a beautiful buck down this weekend and is having trouble locating a butcher that isn't full. I recommended Ullie with Sumas from my own personal experience but unfortunately he's full and can't take it until Thursday.

    He's worried about the temps and I don't think his garage is the coolest..

    Can anyone recommend another butcher? He's in Chilliwack but I'm sure given the situation he'd be more than willing to travel.

    Thanks so much in advance!

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    Re: In a bind for a butcher in the LML

    Dressed to grill in mission. Get some berg pepperoni made. Can’t beat it

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    Re: In a bind for a butcher in the LML

    Sorry, cant help with another cutter but why not quarter it and put it in your refrigerators? Another option is to quarter it and get it on ice in coolers with the lid cracked to let condensation out. We do this with our spring bears and can keep meat cool for several days.
    Last edited by Ron.C; 10-07-2019 at 06:35 PM.

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    Re: In a bind for a butcher in the LML

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron.C View Post
    Sorry, cant help with another cutter but why not quarter it and put it in your refrigerators? Will most certainly keep till Thursday.
    time to invest in a big old yeti. I’m able to quarter a large buck and put it all on ice in the cooler that would suffice for a week atleast !
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    Re: In a bind for a butcher in the LML

    Hmmmm steer clear of Sumas meats....imo
    congrads on the deer.
    Steven

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    Re: In a bind for a butcher in the LML

    I’ve had a bear and deer done by Manny at Country Meadows Meats this year. Been very happy with him... pepperoni is awesome. My brother dropped a deer off this week he stayed open late for him. Try giving him a call.

    Cheers

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    Re: In a bind for a butcher in the LML

    He could try calling Beltrame Meat Supply in Langley -- (604) 530-7557

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    Re: In a bind for a butcher in the LML

    The temps are on their way down tues. night maybe down to 1deg. and a high of 9, If he has it hanging in a garage, he can put a couple of portable house fans pointed towards the deer. It's amazing how good this works to keep the meat dry and cool until he can get it into get cut up.

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    Re: In a bind for a butcher in the LML

    How about making a tent cooler with a window air conditioner. Just keep it fairly small and run the air conditioner full blast, should work for a few days to save the meat. All you need is a few 2x4's, some tarps and duct tape.
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    Re: In a bind for a butcher in the LML

    Country meadows in pit meadows is awesome. Do a fantastic job

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