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Venison Processing

We are happy to take care of your venison processing needs. Our venison sausage is made just as we make our own snack sticks and sausage, meaning our brats are made plump and juicy, snack sticks are made lean and smoky, and our summer sausages are made the same way Grandpa has been making them since 1951.

 
 

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  • Fresh Sausage
  • Smoked Jerky
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More About Our Venison

Our venison sausage is made just as we make our own snack sticks and sausage, meaning our brats are made plump and juicy, snack sticks are made lean and smoky, and our summer sausages are made the same way Grandpa has been making them since 1951.

Our venison is hand selected, de-fatted, and used with only our finest beef and pork products  we use at Old World Meats in our own sausages. You may bring your own venison in for processing, we just ask that it is clean or we will send them back to you if we find hair, grizzle, etc. during inspection. This is because we want only the finest for you, your family, and friends. If our name is on the package, you can always expect the best.

Featured Recipes

 
 
Grilled Bacon Wrapped Venison Bites

Grilled Bacon Wrapped Venison Bites
Serves: 8

This appetizer is a fun new use of Venison after hunting season. It is simple, quick, and addicting. Enjoy!

 
 

Ingredients:

1-2 lbs of venison, cut into approx. 2-inch cubes
Bacon
Toothpicks
Marinade

Venison Marinade:

¾ cup of olive oil
¼ cup of apple cider vinegar
¾ cup of soy sauce (preferably low sodium)
1 tsp of garlic salt
¼ cup of brown sugar
2 tbsp of Sriracha chili sauce
1 tsp of PB2 powdered peanut butter

Instructions:

1. Pour marinade into a gallon ziplock bag. Place the venison bites into the ziplock and allow to marinate in the refrigerator.

2. After the venison has marinated for at least 4-6 hours, begin to prepare the bacon. Simply cut full-length bacon strips in half.

3. Remove the venison bits from the marinade and wrap them individually with a half of strip of bacon. Fasten the bacon with a toothpick.

4. Once the bacon wrapped venison bites are wrapped, you can garnish with any seasoning of your choice.

5. Preheat grill to medium heat and cook venison bites until slightly pink in the middle.

6. Remove and serve hot.

 
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