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Title: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: bearpaw on August 23, 2011, 01:02:49 PM
Here's a list of meat cutters in Washington and other nearby states. Please add the business name, phone, and town of your favorite butchers. If you wouldn't use them under any circumstances, then don't list them here. Businesses are listed by alphabetical order of town for each state, please provide any comments you may have and offer additional or missing info:

WASHINGTON WILD GAME CUTTERS
Battle Ground......... Wards Custom Meat Cutting.......... (360) 687-5225
Bellevue................ Golden Steer............................. (425) 746-1910
Blaine................... Trial and Error Meats................... (360) 303-6748
Bremerton............. Sweeney's Country Style Meats...... (360) 692-8802
Buckley................. TIM'S behind ROSES IGA.............
Burien................... B&E Meats................................ (206) 243-1900...... info@bandemeats.com
Camano Island....... T-n-T Wild Game.......................... (360) 387-2683
Castle Rock............ Bolars Custom Meats.................... (360) 749-KILL
Centralia................ Northwest Sausage and Deli........... (800) 586-7760
Chelan................... Jeff Tuttle Game Processing........... (509) 687-6311
Chewelah............... Smoky Ridge Meats...................... (509) 935-6213
Colville................... Ray's Custom Cutting................... (509) 684-5544
Couer D' Alene........ Tims Special Cut Meats.................. (208) 772-3327
Curlew................... General Store.............................. (509) 779-4825
Curlew................... Page’s Custom Meats.................... (509) 779-4519
Custer/Whatcom..... Todd Crabtree.............................. (360) 366-7450
Deer Park............... Egger Meats................................ (509) 276-8443
Des Moines............. B&E Meats................................. (206) 878-3700...... info@bandemeats.com
Enumclaw............... Olson's Meats & Smokehouse......... (360) 825-3340
Ephrata.................. Stacy Custom Meats.................... (509) 754-1106
Federal Way............ B&E Meats................................. (253) 835-0700...... info@bandemeats.com
Goldendale............. 3-H Meat Company...................... (509) 773-6605
Issaquah................. Fischer Meats............................. (425) 392-3131
Kelso...................... Matt's Custom Meat..................... (360) 414-1073
Kent....................... Doug's Quality Meats................... (253) 852-9744
Kent....................... Linds Custom Meats.................... (253) 631-3172
McKenna / Yelm...... Stewarts Meats............................. (360) 458-2091
Mountlake Terrace... Double DD Meats.......................... (425) 778-7363
Naches................... Nile Valley Game Proc & Smkg........ (509) 658-1355
Newcastle............... B&E Meats................................. (425) 653-0700...... newcastle@bandemeats.com
Oregon City............ Shy Ann Meats and Sausage........... (503) 518-7006
Port Orchard........... Farmer George............................ (360) 876-3186
Prosser.................. Bud and Judy's Custom Meats........ (509) 830-8374
Raymond............... Patriotic Packing........................... (360) 942-3054
Republic................ Andersons Grocery........................ (509) 775-3378
Republic................ Hang Em High.............................. 244 Barrett Creek Rd
Ridgefield.............. Stephenson Meat Cutting................ (360) 887-3931
Roy....................... Rainer Taxidermy......................... (253) 843-1664
Silvana.................. Silvana Meats............................... (360) 652-7188
Spokane................ Crown Foods............................... (509) 326-1111
Spokane................ Egger's Meats.............................. (509) 448-5474
Stanwood.............. Del Fox Meats.............................. (360) 629-3723
Sumas.................. Columbia Valley Meats................... (360) 988-8592
Sunnyside.............. Cullens Custom Meats................... (509) 837-0079
Twisp.................... Thomson's Custom Meats.............. (509) 997-9353
Union Gap............. Walt's Game Cutting...................... (509) 452-9473
Vancouver............. Mayers Meats............................... (360) 574-2828
Wapato................. CJ's Custom Meats........................ (509) 877-2227
Winlock................. Littlerock Meats............................ (360) 259-4820
Woodland.............. Premium Smoked Meats................. (360) 225-5708


IDAHO WILD GAME CUTTERS
Nampa.................. Tackett's Wildgame Processing....... (208) 466-3779


MONTANA WILD GAME CUTTERS
Broadus................ Broadus Meats.............................. (406) 436-2204
Forsyth................. Western Wildlife Art....................... (406) 356-2100
Lewistown............. Dygert Meats................................ (406) 538-5039


OREGON WILD GAME CUTTERS
Hermiston............. Eastern Oregon Mobile Slaughter.... (541) 567-2011

UTAH WILD GAME CUTTERS
Bridgeland............. C&S Meat Design.......................... (435) 646-3320
Helper.................. Jerry's Custom Meat Cutting........... (435) 472-3129
Huntington............ Dale's Custom Meats..................... (435) 687-2276
Logan................... Horlacher's................................... (435) 752-1287
Tremonton............ MB Meat Packing........................... (435) 257-3967


WYOMING WILD GAME CUTTERS
Evansville............. Dan's Meat Processing..................... (307) 235-3157
Glenrock.............. Country Style Meats........................ (307) 436-5439
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: elkslayer99 on August 23, 2011, 04:01:08 PM
Owens Meats in Cle Elum 502 E 1st St
Cle Elum, WA 98922  :tup:

(509) 674-2530

Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: benhuntin on August 23, 2011, 04:07:30 PM
Owens Meats in Cle Elum 502 E 1st St
Cle Elum, WA 98922  :tup:

(509) 674-2530
New guys cuttin wild game, but it has been good in the past.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: GoldTip on August 23, 2011, 04:15:29 PM
I cut and grind all my own meat, but for speacialty stuff such as chorizo, thuringer and german sausage I use this guy over in Couer D' Alene, ID.  It's worth the drive from Spokane.

Tims Special Cut Meats, 1-208-772-3327
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: Kola16 on August 23, 2011, 04:16:08 PM
Del fox custom meats
7229 300th ST N.W.
Stanwood, WA  98292

360-629-3723

Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: Wenatcheejay on August 23, 2011, 04:20:20 PM
Jeff Tuttle "Wild Game Processing." Chelan Washington, (509) 687-6311

Very good  :tup:
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: wildmanoutdoors on August 23, 2011, 04:57:03 PM
Been in biz alllloooooonnnnggggg time. Great cuts and the best breakfast sausage you'll ever have!

Farmer George
3870 Bethel Rd SE
Port Orchard, WA 98366
(360) 876-3186
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: 6x6in6 on August 23, 2011, 05:01:27 PM
I process my own too.
But if I did not:
Silvana Meats
1229 Pioneer Hwy
Silvana, WA 98287
360-652-7188
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: elkontherun on August 23, 2011, 10:48:28 PM
Bolars custom meats castle rock 360749KILL.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: ICEMAN on August 24, 2011, 09:24:46 PM
Put a sticky on this to keep at the top for guys...
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: jackelope on August 24, 2011, 09:41:36 PM
If/When I use a butcher again, I will use
The Golden Steer in Bellevue, Wa. Good stuff.
Usually I do it all myself but I didn't have that luxury last year so I tried them out.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: buckcanyonlodge on August 24, 2011, 11:11:27 PM
Jeff Tuttle "Wild Game Processing." Chelan Washington, (509) 687-6311

Very good  :tup:


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I worked with Jeff while I was in the meat business in Yakima... He is a meat cutting fool!!!
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: Huntbear on August 28, 2011, 06:52:51 PM
Stephenson Meat Cutting

(360) 887-3931

1170 S Hillhurst Rd
Ridgefield, WA 98642

Good old fashioned family run business....   you get your meat back.. all of it..
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: Heetor on September 06, 2011, 03:48:59 PM
Took my 2011 deer to Todd Crabtree in Custer/Whatcom County.  Good guy and has a lot of choices on his products, you can reach him at 360-366-7450.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: Don Owens on September 21, 2011, 03:53:40 PM
Owens Meats in Cle Elum is still family owned and have been operating since about 1887. Do a great job and guarantee their work. They offer a nice variety of smoked sausage, jerky etc...
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: HUNTINCOUPLE on October 04, 2011, 06:54:27 PM
TIM'S In tha back of ROSES IGA in BUCLEY,WA. Spendy but good!!1
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: D-Rock425 on December 19, 2011, 01:36:27 PM
Took a spike out of the Manashtash to Ownes years ago.  Got just two boxes back.  Just sayin.
I hear you about that sh!t stopped taking stuff there in 04 because I wasn't happy with their work then tried them again this year with an elk and seems like things haven't changed.   Will not be going again.
I take all my stuff to kelso meats in snohomish.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: WSU on December 19, 2011, 02:16:47 PM
I've been unimpressed with Kelsos.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: C-Money on December 19, 2011, 02:32:16 PM
Stacy custom meats in Ephrata seems to do a good job for my family. They have processed 2 calves, 2 deer and an elk for my family in the last two years. All was done very well.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: D-Rock425 on December 19, 2011, 05:40:40 PM
I've been unimpressed with Kelsos.
I've known some of the kelso family for a long time and have never had any problems with them.  I think every place has it ups and downs.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: ANDERWAGON on December 20, 2011, 09:30:58 AM
  I've had good experiences with Olsen's in Enumclaw.


Olson's Meats & Smokehouse
(360) 825-3340
20104 SE 436th St
Enumclaw, WA 98022
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: NRA4LIFE on December 20, 2011, 03:02:25 PM
Doug's Quality Meats in Kent
25656 102nd Place Southeast  Kent, WA 98030-6410
(253) 852-9744

He makes outstanding pepperoni.  Sylvana Meats mentioned earlier is excellent as well.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: WSU on December 20, 2011, 03:14:58 PM
I've been unimpressed with Kelsos.
I've known some of the kelso family for a long time and have never had any problems with them.  I think every place has it ups and downs.

I'm sure that's true. 
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: RightPlace-RightTime on December 20, 2011, 04:16:42 PM
B&E meats in DesMoines Wa

Hands down the best I have ever had. Taste, Service, etc.

Our Des Moines Location:

B&E MEATS
22501 Marine View Dr. S.
Des Moines, WA 98198

Phone:(206) 878-3700
Fax:(206) 878-8723
Email: info@bandemeats.com

Hours: Mon-Sat 8-6
             Sunday 11-5
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: Hawgdawg on December 31, 2011, 12:08:05 PM
I do my own processing but I buy spices and casings from Olson's meats and smokehouse in Enumclaw, Wa.  They are great. All kinds of awards for their products.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: Hawgdawg on December 31, 2011, 12:14:40 PM
For the people who complain about not getting their meat back try cleaning in up before bringing it in. Butchers don't gut your blood shot animal. Better yet process it yourself. It is part of hunting. Just my opinion.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: gotshot on December 31, 2011, 12:15:51 PM
I do my own but there is Stewarts in McKenna.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: Squatch200 on March 28, 2012, 07:41:39 PM
Bud and Judy's custom meats in prosser wa  509-830-8374. They are excellent. I've taken my meats to them for years.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: losdaddy7 on March 28, 2012, 07:45:22 PM
I've been unimpressed with Kelsos.
I've known some of the kelso family for a long time and have never had any problems with them.  I think every place has it ups and downs.
I would never go back to Kelsos either....  They must have been in a "down" period...
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: Hawgdawg on March 29, 2012, 07:46:50 PM
Olsens in Enumclaw just won grand master in Oregon for the pacific NW  last week for the second year in a row! No one even comes close!
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: BullMagnet76 on March 31, 2012, 08:31:58 AM
MATT"S CUSTOM MEAT
705 North Maple Hill Rd.
Kelso 360-414-1073

They have great Peperoni in all different flavors and great summer sausage. And you get your own meat back.

Just on a side note if you are wanting to do sausages or peperoni and you are in SW Washington stay away from Bolars in Castle Rock.  The meat that you put in is not what you are getting back, it gets thrown into a mixed batch then is returned to you.  If you just want standard cutting and wrapping they are fine, very nice people. I do alot of the summer sausage I found out Bolars did not give you your own meat back so I switched to Matt's Custom Meat
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: Chase 1 on March 31, 2012, 09:22:27 AM
T-n-T Wild Game
1151 SW Camano Drive
Camano Island, WA 98282
360-387-2683

I could go on and on about John and Mary Tuss but if your in that neck of the woods, go see for yourself. Just don't plan on dropping off your meet and coming back three weeks later, plan on three days or so (except smoked n cured)! They have the best speciality meats you will ever taste. Get a variety pack and find your favorite, the Landjagers are incredible! If you can't find time to do your own, T-n-T is worth the drive.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: Ryan308 on March 31, 2012, 11:32:09 AM
Mike Lind is the best I have found yet for game/beef/pork. I have been going there for the last 8 years and its perfect everytime. He is located Maple Valley/Kent easthill area. I wish I had something ready for pick up right now!

Linds Custom Meats
253-631-3172
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: ghosthunter on March 31, 2012, 12:06:47 PM
T-n-T Wild Game
1151 SW Camano Drive
Camano Island, WA 98282
360-387-2683

I could go on and on about John and Mary Tuss but if your in that neck of the woods, go see for yourself. Just don't plan on dropping off your meet and coming back three weeks later, plan on three days or so (except smoked n cured)! They have the best speciality meats you will ever taste. Get a variety pack and find your favorite, the Landjagers are incredible! If you can't find time to do your own, T-n-T is worth the drive.


 :yeah: :)

I took my 400 lb elk there this year . First time my brother in law uses them. They were excellent. hands down. For West Side.

On east side we take all elk to ;NILE VALLEY GAME PROCESSING- 509-653-1647 OR CELL 509-952-4188 OR CELL 509 961-0576

They are good and done 3 elk for us. But beware you will get some ribbing if you shoot a calf they carry on about it still being a baby and so on. I heard them do it to a guy who brought one in. Larry doesnt like spoiled meat either. If you drag it throught the mud or take days to get it to him save the trip I have seen him turn them away at the truck. Soon as your meat hits the ground give him a call they have lots of good info.

My group prides themselves on bringing in clean cool well care for game to any butcher. Larry & Barbara will compliment you on if you do.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: NRA4LIFE on March 31, 2012, 12:14:57 PM
Don't use Lind's.  They ripped me off when I took some trimmings in for pepperoni.  The pepperoni sucked too.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: Svtrc51 on April 02, 2012, 10:12:09 PM
+1 for Matt's meats!

We process our deer/elk but my family has taken 2 cows and a hog to them so far.
Great people. Great service.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: jdlara on April 02, 2012, 10:21:06 PM
Cullens Custom Meats Sunnyside, Wa 509 837 0079 very helpful and friendly pretty affordable also my family has used them for quite some time
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: 101521 on April 02, 2012, 11:26:00 PM
+1 for Lind's Meats.  Been in business a long time and to each is own, but I love the place and have had nothing but great service and quality. 
Mike Lind is the best I have found yet for game/beef/pork. I have been going there for the last 8 years and its perfect everytime. He is located Maple Valley/Kent easthill area. I wish I had something ready for pick up right now!

Linds Custom Meats
253-631-3172
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: 101521 on April 02, 2012, 11:28:27 PM
Please explain...I can't believe that this is the case and if you didn't like the pep why didn't you say something? Or say something about your trims? Not saying you're making stuff up but I'd be shocked to hear this...I'd like to hear more

Don't use Lind's.  They ripped me off when I took some trimmings in for pepperoni.  The pepperoni sucked too.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: bearpaw on April 02, 2012, 11:33:25 PM
+1 for Lind's Meats.  Been in business a long time and to each is own, but I love the place and have had nothing but great service and quality. 
Mike Lind is the best I have found yet for game/beef/pork. I have been going there for the last 8 years and its perfect everytime. He is located Maple Valley/Kent easthill area. I wish I had something ready for pick up right now!

Linds Custom Meats
253-631-3172

 :yeah: I know Mike Lind and the meats I have eaten that he made were very good.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: saylean on April 06, 2012, 02:17:46 PM
T-n-T Wild Game
1151 SW Camano Drive
Camano Island, WA 98282
360-387-2683

I could go on and on about John and Mary Tuss but if your in that neck of the woods, go see for yourself. Just don't plan on dropping off your meet and coming back three weeks later, plan on three days or so (except smoked n cured)! They have the best speciality meats you will ever taste. Get a variety pack and find your favorite, the Landjagers are incredible! If you can't find time to do your own, T-n-T is worth the drive.


 :yeah: :)

I took my 400 lb elk there this year . First time my brother in law uses them. They were excellent. hands down. For West Side.

On east side we take all elk to ;NILE VALLEY GAME PROCESSING- 509-653-1647 OR CELL 509-952-4188 OR CELL 509 961-0576

They are good and done 3 elk for us. But beware you will get some ribbing if you shoot a calf they carry on about it still being a baby and so on. I heard them do it to a guy who brought one in. Larry doesnt like spoiled meat either. If you drag it throught the mud or take days to get it to him save the trip I have seen him turn them away at the truck. Soon as your meat hits the ground give him a call they have lots of good info.

My group prides themselves on bringing in clean cool well care for game to any butcher. Larry & Barbara will compliment you on if you do.

Im on board with TNT as well. I take any of meat that is getting processed there. They have done several bears and a few elk/deer for me. Excellent work. Plus, he's fun to BS with.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: cedarriver on April 06, 2012, 02:47:07 PM
+1 for Lind's Meats.  Been in business a long time and to each is own, but I love the place and have had nothing but great service and quality. 
Mike Lind is the best I have found yet for game/beef/pork. I have been going there for the last 8 years and its perfect everytime. He is located Maple Valley/Kent easthill area. I wish I had something ready for pick up right now!

Linds Custom Meats
253-631-3172

 :yeah: I know Mike Lind and the meats I have eaten that he made were very good.
:yeah:
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: buckfvr on April 06, 2012, 03:22:58 PM
Don't use Lind's.  They ripped me off when I took some trimmings in for pepperoni.  The pepperoni sucked too.

Ya take in trimmings, you get trimmings back..... :bdid:
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: Mtn.Ghost on July 17, 2012, 03:11:58 AM
T-n-T Wild Game
1151 SW Camano Drive
Camano Island, WA 98282
360-387-2683

I could go on and on about John and Mary Tuss but if your in that neck of the woods, go see for yourself. Just don't plan on dropping off your meet and coming back three weeks later, plan on three days or so (except smoked n cured)! They have the best speciality meats you will ever taste. Get a variety pack and find your favorite, the Landjagers are incredible! If you can't find time to do your own, T-n-T is worth the drive.

 :yeah: There are those that can cut meat and then the ones that could really use lessons from John and Mary at T-n-T Wild Game. My family has used them for years, Game, Cattle, Pigs and will never look back. The customer service and products are top notch impeccable and their facility is more sterile than an operating room!!! Try all the specialty product you will be very pleased. John is a retired butcher of many years and he kept doing it for a hobby and his client base has grown tremendously by word of mouth, they don't advertise publicly but people in the know, know. If you want the best straight and honest best quality and personal service contact them. With John and Mary its personal your not just another guy with another carcase. :EAT:               
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: ORCA_SIX on July 17, 2012, 07:06:25 AM
T-n-T Wild Game
1151 SW Camano Drive
Camano Island, WA 98282
360-387-2683

I could go on and on about John and Mary Tuss but if your in that neck of the woods, go see for yourself. Just don't plan on dropping off your meet and coming back three weeks later, plan on three days or so (except smoked n cured)! They have the best speciality meats you will ever taste. Get a variety pack and find your favorite, the Landjagers are incredible! If you can't find time to do your own, T-n-T is worth the drive.

 :yeah: There are those that can cut meat and then the ones that could really use lessons from John and Mary at T-n-T Wild Game. My family has used them for years, Game, Cattle, Pigs and will never look back. The customer service and products are top notch impeccable and their facility is more sterile than an operating room!!! Try all the specialty product you will be very pleased. John is a retired butcher of many years and he kept doing it for a hobby and his client base has grown tremendously by word of mouth, they don't advertise publicly but people in the know, know. If you want the best straight and honest best quality and personal service contact them. With John and Mary its personal your not just another guy with another carcase. :EAT:               

Sounds like I am going to have to check out TnT.

I have been using Del Fox Meats for 5 years now and have enjoyed the product given back. I have taken Deer there, Antelope, Wild Pigs, etc. and it always taste great. I have also bought beef there. They are part of a grass fed beef co-op that comes out of the Pullman area and also a pig co-op that comes off of Lopez Island.

Del Fox Meats
7229 300th ST N.W.
Stanwood, WA  98292

360-629-3723
Hours:
M-TH 9am-5:30pm
Fri & Sat 9am-6pm
Sunday & Holidays Closed
http://www.delfoxmeats.com/ (http://www.delfoxmeats.com/)
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: ghosthunter on July 17, 2012, 07:40:00 AM
TnT was great to me first time out.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: kckrawler on July 17, 2012, 08:05:37 AM
I've been unimpressed with Kelsos.
I've known some of the kelso family for a long time and have never had any problems with them.  I think every place has it ups and downs.
I would never go back to Kelsos either....  They must have been in a "down" period...

They've been in their "down" period for some time now. They're also expensive and they won't take boned out meat. Just save yourself the headache and learn to do it yourself  :twocents:
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: PA BEN on August 19, 2012, 08:09:55 AM
If you are around the Chewelah area Smokey Ridge Meats is the best. :tup:
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: windygorge on August 19, 2012, 08:57:35 AM
for SW Washington:

Mayers meats
(360) 574-2828
12903 NE 72nd Ave, Vancouver, WA 98686

Wards custom meat cutting
25906 NE 147th Ave, Battle Ground, WA 98604 » Map
(360) 687-5225

Shy Ann meats and sausage (awesome beer sausage)
14798 Henrici Rd, Oregon City, OR 97045 » Map
(503) 518-7006

Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: huntergreg on August 19, 2012, 02:04:13 PM
Best place to take an animal! I only use them. They moved out to there own property and built a bigger place than in town. Now in the early season you can call them up late in the afternoon (till 9pm)  and drop elk and deer of when it is hot outside.


Nile Valley Game Proc & Smkng

4721 State Rte 410

Naches, WA 98937-9743

Phone:

(509) 658-1355
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: Labs07 on September 27, 2012, 01:44:28 PM
Crown Foods in Spokane has done my families for many years.  We have always been satisfied.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: CAMPMEAT on September 30, 2012, 07:36:18 AM
Eggers in Deer Park. Don't have a number. Your game has to be boned out for them to process it.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: Harold on October 16, 2012, 08:25:08 PM
Highly recommend contacting zack at Rainier Taxidermy for anyone in pierce county looking for any meat processing or taxidermy related stuff.

http://www.rainiertaxidermy.com/ (http://www.rainiertaxidermy.com/)
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: Hillbilly270 on October 16, 2012, 08:37:27 PM
Dick Young started this meat shop in 1982.  He passed but the place is still going strong!

Northwest Sausage and Deli
5945 Prather Road
Centralia, WA
800-586-7760

"You Can't Beat Dick's Meat"

I've taken a lot of meat here for sausage, pepperoni, kielbasa, polish rings and they do great work.  They also brew their own beer.  You can take your meat in and sit down for lunch while your there.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: bobcat on October 16, 2012, 08:52:24 PM
Northwest Sausage & Deli does a good job, but just remember, they only take in already boned out meat.


Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: mkcj on October 16, 2012, 08:53:18 PM
I used Thomson's custom meats in Twisp the last 2 years and have been very happy with them and brought them our deer on Saturday. They also cold store your deer for you if you want to cut it yourself when it's to warm to hang at camp like this year.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: Cascade on October 16, 2012, 08:56:13 PM
Best place to take an animal! I only use them. They moved out to there own property and built a bigger place than in town. Now in the early season you can call them up late in the afternoon (till 9pm)  and drop elk and deer of when it is hot outside.


Nile Valley Game Proc & Smkng

4721 State Rte 410

Naches, WA 98937-9743

Phone:

(509) 658-1355

+1
Only folks I will ever use.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: LivinTheDream on October 16, 2012, 09:00:34 PM
We process our own steaks and burger, our smoked meats go to Premium Smoked Meats in Woodland. Hands down my favorite. Mark and Terry have been awesome owners to deal with. Used them for the last 3 years. 10 animals to them in that time and happy with returns on all of them. 

Premium Smoked Meats
1243 North Goerig Street  Woodland, WA 98674
(360) 225-5708
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: bearpaw on October 20, 2012, 03:41:32 PM
I needed a cutter in the Renton area and found one here that somebody had recommended. I reorganized the list in the first post to help others.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: bobcat on October 20, 2012, 07:07:53 PM
Here are a couple more. One is "Littlerock Meats" which just relocated to Winlock.


http://www.littlerockmeats.com/wildgame.html (http://www.littlerockmeats.com/wildgame.html)



Then there is "Heritage Meats," here in Rochester:


http://heritagemeatswa.com/pricinglist.pdf (http://heritagemeatswa.com/pricinglist.pdf)



Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: Dbax129 on April 10, 2013, 03:18:16 PM
The only other one in kitsap besides farmer george, as far as I know. He is right off of 303, but mapquest and gps gets it wrong ususally, but a little bit.  Call him for directions.

Sweeney's Country Style Meats
9690 Washington 303, Bremerton, WA
(360) 692-8802
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: RoyBoy on April 10, 2013, 03:52:07 PM
I do my own but there is Stewarts in McKenna.

they have been caught mixing up peoples meet before! had multiple cases where we brought our beef to them and werent impressed! the only thing they got going anymore is there jerky and even thats over priced.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: RoyBoy on April 10, 2013, 03:56:41 PM
The Rainier Taxidermy & meat processing is the place to go i personally know the whole family and trust me when i say you wont be dissapointed in there Pepperoni, breakfast sausage, summer sausage, burger, or my personal favorite there "CRACK PEPPERONI" if you havent tried it you dont know what your missing.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: WSU on April 10, 2013, 04:10:25 PM
The best thing to do is to cut it yourself.  It is cheaper and you know you won't get someone else's bloodshot deer mixed in.  Almost all butchers mix game when grinding just to be more efficient. 
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: Chase 1 on April 12, 2013, 12:35:55 AM
Great list Dale. Talk about a helpful byproduct of hunt-wa membership, better than any form of the yellow pages!  :tup: (See page 1, post 1!)
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: black hog on April 13, 2013, 05:39:25 PM
home meat service in shelton does a great job have done hundreds of pigs for me never any problems
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: Old Man Yager on May 07, 2013, 08:59:29 PM
Cutting it yourself is a rewarding part of the harvest process. It's cool when you hunt it, shoot it, cut it, and eat it, and you know without a doubt where it came from. Just don't use your wife's good dishes while you butcher it, she might get ticked like mine did.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: ORCA_SIX on June 02, 2013, 10:18:14 AM
Been going to Del Fox for quite some time but recently used TnT meats on Camano Island to process all of my goose meat from last year and spring goose hunt. I had them just put it all into pepperoni sticks and the product is great, nice flavor and spice to it. Wife called to go pick it up but they said they were going towards Everett anyways and brought down the meat to her, saving a trip. Very nice of them. Recommend them or Del Fox for sure.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: PolarBear on June 02, 2013, 10:58:23 AM
Just a note for those who are thinking of or have used Heritage Meats in Rochester.  He is no longer processing wild game.  Since he was USDA certified all he has time for is livestock.  He is still the best cattle and hog butcher around, imo.
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Post by: MadHatter on June 02, 2013, 01:48:45 PM
Patriotic Packing
1640 Larson Rd
Raymond WA 98577
360-942-3054
It's right off hwy 6 just down from Gailey's store.

Little on the pricy side at $100 flat per deer and $2.50/lb on peperoni with a 25lb minimum. The cutting is a little sloppy, which is evident in the very uneven steaks. I don't think I would use them again unless I was in a serious pinch.

We always used Jerry Zumble with Francis Meats for all our beef and game, but he retired a while back. Still makes peperoni that he sells at his shop from what I hear... Best there is... Although get the spicy stuff, he's polish and it's just about right.

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Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: Kc_Kracker on June 02, 2013, 04:19:16 PM
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Re: Re: wtb .243 once fired brass

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Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: motg9_6 on June 19, 2013, 12:36:19 PM
3-h Meat Company Goldendale WA
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: bearpaw on June 19, 2013, 01:23:37 PM
There are so many of us that hunt in other states and we are required to bone meat from many states before bringing it back to Washington so I thought we should expand our list to include wild game cutters in other states.

Please add info for any meat cutters in Washington or any other state that you have done business with and would go there again.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: Lucky Buck on June 19, 2013, 01:57:13 PM
Took my 2011 deer to Todd Crabtree in Custer/Whatcom County.  Good guy and has a lot of choices on his products, you can reach him at 360-366-7450.
:yeah:
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: Deepdiver on August 15, 2013, 10:12:29 AM
In the old days i used J and R meats in Wenatchee(Malaga) they are no longer there. They were always great to me.

The last Elk I harvested I took to Owens in Cle Elum. The store front looked fine but when you go to the Processing place down the street you may be surprised.

Not very clean.  The area outside the hanging room was dirty.  It stunk of old cat piss. There was an old electric skillet with molded over left over food in the office.

The yield was good. The pepperoni was more like a bland meat stick with tough casings. Steaks were more like inconsistant cuts of meat with small pieces thrown in each package. The better way would have been to thick cut a steak and then open it up butterfly style and it looks like a large normal sized steak then. 

The wrapping had been done by some high school girls that left air gaps all over the place. In 6 months I had over 45 lbs of wasted frezzer burnt meat that i had to trim and re package.  Summer sausage was under cooked or somewhat rare and bland as well. Couple of Top Sirloin roasts became dog food.
I spoke with Dan on the phone and he actted like he had never heard of such a thing.  Later the following year I spoke to the owner up on the mountain while snowmobiling and he knew exactly who would have wrapped so poorly and said he would make it right if I ever came back.
Oh..almost forgot.  All the meat that I had to trim the frezzer burn off of from Owens I took to Glondos in Cle Elum.  I now own a commercial vacume packer...Glondo..He doesnt do processing but is one heck of a sausage maker. He does not mix your meat with the tough dirty gamey crap from someone else. It is spotless there and he does his work in view of the public! His spicy Italian sausage was awesome. when I went there with meat for sausage I thought I had about 35 lbs..he called me the next day to let me know that it weighed 48lbs. His Honesty was amazing.

I will try Nile in Naches.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: Yankee on August 17, 2013, 03:57:36 PM
I was warned about the owner/manager of Nile being a d*ck.  When I got my cow and drove it over late season last year, I wasn't disappointed.  When I asked how much it cost to process an elk, he looked at me like I was an idiot, pointed to the sign and said "same thing it's always cost".  How the hell am I supposed to know that, since it was my first time in?  I asked what the turn around time was, and he said six weeks!  I walked out, don't think I'll be going back.  I took it to Double D's in Mountlake Terrace.  They were okay. 
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: jason stevens on August 17, 2013, 04:15:56 PM
I guess this might be a stupid question but why don't u cut and wrap your own game you save hundereds and no wait. I can understand sausage and jerky but hamberger and steaks it makes no sense to pay someone when you can cut and wrap a deer in about an hour and do it for about twenty dollars.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: bearpaw on August 17, 2013, 04:20:23 PM
I guess this might be a stupid question but why don't u cut and wrap your own game you save hundereds and no wait. I can understand sausage and jerky but hamberger and steaks it makes no sense to pay someone when you can cut and wrap a deer in about an hour and do it for about twenty dollars.

Some people either don't have the time or have never done it before so it's easier to take it to a cutter. I've cut a lot of my own meat, but have taken even more to cutters since I often don't have much time. :twocents:
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: Sunbkpk on August 17, 2013, 05:15:11 PM
I have had great luck with Golden Steer in Bellevue. Will be back.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: bradslam on August 27, 2013, 09:29:21 AM
The only other one in kitsap besides farmer george, as far as I know. He is right off of 303, but mapquest and gps gets it wrong ususally, but a little bit.  Call him for directions.

Sweeney's Country Style Meats
9690 Washington 303, Bremerton, WA
(360) 692-8802

I have used Sweeney's a few times over the years and have not been overly impressed.  This past year I had an issue with some pepperoni they made from some elk scrap I brought in.  It tasted horrible to the point where no one in our family will eat it.  The fat they added tasted rancid.  In fact, we cut some sticks apart and seperated the meat from the fat to make sure that is what the problem was.  I complained about it and brought a pack of the pepperoni back in for them to try (the owners were not there at the time, so I left it there).  They called some time later and said that it tasted fine.  No interest in making the situation right.  To me its worth the one hour drive to Sunrise Meats in Port Angeles.  They do a better job.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: Old Man Yager on August 27, 2013, 09:40:32 AM
I do my own processing but I buy spices and casings from Olson's meats and smokehouse in Enumclaw, Wa.  They are great. All kinds of awards for their products.
Ducks? I didn't see any ducks in the pic :chuckle:
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: washingtonmuley on August 27, 2013, 09:47:02 AM
This is who I use when I need a butcher in the Spokane area. I have always been really happy with the product they put out and they also promise that your hamburger is yours and not mixed with others.
Egger's meats
5609 S Perry St, Spokane, WA 99223
Phone:(509) 448-5474
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: DOUBLELUNG on August 27, 2013, 10:25:37 AM
In the Casper, Wyoming area I will definitely recommend Dan's Meats in Evansville and Country Style Meats in Glenrock.  I do most of my own, but when I didn't have time Dan's was my go-to, they did my moose and an elk, and I've used them to make sausage too.  Several friends have used Country Style Meats since forever, and are very pleased. 

Dan's Meat Processing, 160 Curtis St  Evansville, WY 82636 (307) 235-3157
Country Style Meats, 106 N 4th, Glenrock, WY 82637  (307) 436-5439

Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: Bucks2Ducks on August 27, 2013, 11:14:00 AM
I go to Columbia Valley meats, best in Whatcom county from everything I have tried. Good price if you de-bone it before you bring it in, great turn around, knows how to use a smoker and you get back all your own meat-

(360) 988-8592

9118 Frost Rd, Sumas, WA 98295

Beware of Crabtree, I have heard good things but personally had a horrible experience a few years back. Brought 2 deer in, made 2 trips back for meat and all I got was some steaks even though I had already paid for 30lbs mix of summer sausage/jerky, he said it would be done shortly. Called, left voice mails, made another trip out there and nothing. Kept saying it would be done shortly. Long story short I never received the meat I brought in and had pre paid for. One of the worst "businesses" I have ever dealt with in my life.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: jeffro on August 30, 2013, 07:28:36 PM
I do most of my own butchering. But for my grinding/ sausage needs, I have been using these guys:

Double DD Meats - Phone: 425-778-7363
5602 232nd SW - Mountlake Terrace WA 98043

Awesome service and product. I've seen people bring in whole, skin on deer and they took care of it all.
Plus it's just a cool shop, never seen so many hot sauces in one place.
 http://www.doubleddmeats.com/ (http://www.doubleddmeats.com/)
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: lockjaw on August 31, 2013, 03:13:16 PM
When I lived in Idaho I would take my deer and elk to Tackett's Wild Game Processing. They are very clean and have a viewing window into the butcher area so that you can watch them process your meat. They also have a 100% guarantee that you only get back your own meat.


http://www.tackettsprocessing.com/index.html (http://www.tackettsprocessing.com/index.html)
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: Gobble Gobble on October 07, 2013, 10:00:54 AM
I've taken 3 deer here and they are great. I even called them at home to drop off this years deer.

Eastern Oregon Mobile Slaughter (EOMS)
253 West Hermiston Avenue
Hermiston, OR 97838
541-567-2011

$1 a pound for cuts and ground,  $75 minimum charge. Specialty items are more.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: brewdog on October 30, 2013, 02:28:16 PM
We cut up a lot of our own, but when we don't, we take them to Walt's Game Cutting in Yakima.  They do a great job and really take their time cutting up our animals.  Their pepper sticks are second to none.  I don't recommend their summer sausage though, not the best I've had.  However, their bfast sausage is great.  Very affordable prices as well.

Walt's Game Cutting
509-452-9473
1912 Landon Ave
Union Gap, WA  98903
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: Mfowl on October 30, 2013, 03:15:44 PM
I haven't seen them mentioned here so I'll give a shout-out to Fischer Meats in Issaquah, on Front st. I have taken elk there the last 2 years for ground, pep and jerky and have been very pleased. Good clean shop and nice guys. The product I have gotten back has been delicious. I'll be back for sure!
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: WAcoueshunter on October 30, 2013, 03:19:32 PM
I've used Golden Steer in Bellevue several times, and they do fine work.

I've always liked the sausage (particularly summer sausage) by B&E Meats in Des Moines and Burien.  I didn't know until recently that they do full processing, but I took my deer there this year and just got it back today.  All looks good.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: bambklr on February 08, 2014, 08:15:19 AM
I took a wild buffalo into Owens Meats and will be picking it up today.  I will repost my opinion after I pickup today.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: bambklr on February 25, 2014, 06:16:14 AM
I took a wild buffalo into Owens Meats and will be picking it up today.  I will repost my opinion after I pickup today.

I picked up the meat at Owen's, sorry for the delay in re-posting my thoughts.  At first, I was thinking the meat I recieved was a bit light. Than I compared it with the 1/4 cow my sister just purchased and now I have changed my mind.  The meat cutter spoke with me prior to cutting my buffalo and did what I asked.  We have eaten some and the cuts were done well.  My experiance was positive and I would take my big animals to them again.  (I cut my own deer.)
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: wiremonkey on April 14, 2014, 06:40:03 AM
For what its worth, I will drive from Wenatchee to CJ's Custom meats in Wapato 509-877-2227. best I have had. its a bit of a wait but very happy with the end product.   :twocents:
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: bhawley76 on April 14, 2014, 07:21:54 AM
I like Owens. Just to far to drive. Now I go to hang em high in republic. Terry does a great job and a good guy to boot. :tup:
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: Curly on July 15, 2014, 03:51:42 PM
I do my own processing but I buy spices and casings from Olson's meats and smokehouse in Enumclaw, Wa.  They are great. All kinds of awards for their products.

Dang, Hawgdawg.  Nice duck hunting partner  you have there!  :tup:
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: bowguy on July 15, 2014, 08:16:44 PM
I've taken a deer to Nile valley meats and they did a great job and quick turn around. Would love to cut up my own but don't have time and being early season archery can't let it hang.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: sauercollector on July 16, 2014, 05:11:57 PM
Phone number and contact info for 'Hang 'em High Custom (meat) Cutting' in Republic WA:  244 Barrett Creek Rd. Republic WA. Ask for Terry Koepke, or Susan Rounds. Terry will also make sausage and pepperoni from your game (as well as do other 'smoked' meats).  Lastly, Terry does taxidermy work under his side business which is called: "The Body Shop". Contact number and address same as above.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: bearpaw on September 06, 2015, 06:41:13 PM
 :bumpin:

Please post any meat cutters you've had a positive experience with? THANKS
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: Gobble Gobble on September 09, 2015, 11:45:35 PM
I have taken several deer to Eastern Oregon Mobile Slaughter in Hermiston, OR a bit of a drive but worth it to me. http://easternoregonmobileslaughter.com/
I have even called them at home and they came in about 30 min to take me deer.

Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: mkcj on September 10, 2015, 12:50:55 AM
Do any cutters around here vacuum seal the meat? When we hunt in Buffalo, Wy. we use Bighorn meats to cut our deer and antelope and they Vac. seal and  it's great.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: Gobble Gobble on September 11, 2015, 10:43:04 PM
Anyone in Goldendale? I used to have a number for one but it wasn't in service last time I called it.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: JDHasty on September 24, 2015, 07:04:01 PM
Been in biz alllloooooonnnnggggg time. Great cuts and the best breakfast sausage you'll ever have!

Farmer George
3870 Bethel Rd SE
Port Orchard, WA 98366
(360) 876-3186

Yes sir!  I use them for sausage.  I prefer Stewarts in McKenna for summer sausage and jerky though.  I have a freezer full of elk now, including jerky and summer sausage, and will take a whole deer to Farmer Georges for Italian sausage.  Will probably gift my second deer this year. 
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington
Post by: 2labs on September 24, 2015, 07:10:22 PM
Been in biz alllloooooonnnnggggg time. Great cuts and the best breakfast sausage you'll ever have!

Farmer George
3870 Bethel Rd SE
Port Orchard, WA 98366
(360) 876-3186




Yes sir!  I use them for sausage.  I prefer Stewarts in McKenna for summer sausage and jerky though.  I have a freezer full of elk now, including jerky and summer sausage, and will take a whole deer to Farmer Georges for Italian sausage.  Will probably gift my second deer this year.


Farmer Goerge did all my pepper sticks. Awsome.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: Goshawk on October 26, 2015, 12:20:19 PM
Regarding Northwest Sausage and Deli in Centralia, they don't do butchering only game meat processing.  If you bring in the meat already cut they'll grind and process but not work with a carcass.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: tarbabyone on May 10, 2017, 08:49:14 PM
 "Trial and Error Meats" in Blaine, Washington   Bobby Boyer and her number is 360-303-6748.  She has been cutting meat for 30 years.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: bearpaw on May 12, 2017, 09:04:45 AM
all have been added, thanks :tup:
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: bearpaw on September 21, 2017, 04:23:24 PM
I recently took 60 pounds of elk burger to Egger Meats in north Spokane and had pepperoni sticks made. We've blown through most of it already, I think those are the best pepperoni sticks I've ever eaten! I highly recommend Egger's peperoni sticks!
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: bhawley76 on October 10, 2017, 03:00:30 PM
I'm pretty sure Andersons in republic isn't cutting meat anymore. There is also hangemhigh just outside republic for those that need a butcher.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: gallion_t on October 10, 2017, 03:22:27 PM
Tims behind Roses IGA in Buckley is closed.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: Clearcut on October 10, 2017, 03:37:08 PM
About 99% sure bolars custom meats in castle rock closed up an now is a greenhouse for Medical herbs  :chuckle: 
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: wsmnut on October 10, 2017, 05:29:21 PM
Thompson's Custom Meats in Twisp.

They won't be busy with deer, given the state of the Methow herd.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: pianoman9701 on October 27, 2017, 08:55:00 AM
In Vancouver:
Butcher Boys - (360) 693-6241
Top Choice -  (360) 896-8865

I haven't used Butcher Boys for game but they do a great job on their farmed/ranched meats. I've sent a couple of animals to Top Choice and was pleased with the results.

They also recommended bringing deer in with the hide intact. Skinning it in the field often means more dirt and loss when the butcher trims it up.
Title: Re: Meat Cutters In Washington & Other States
Post by: villageidiot on January 03, 2018, 09:07:09 PM
Thompsons Meats in Twisp stopped taking any game or domestic animals in September.   The son Seth is now cutting meat nearby at Lookout Mt. Meats also in Twisp.  They butcher about a dozen hogs and maybe 5 beef a week and can take as many deer or elk as comes in