Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Holmes County Ohio Butchers Process Deer Meat

Deer hunters will be pleased to know that there are several Holmes County, Ohio butchers that process deer meat into a variety of meat products such a deer bologna, deer sticks, or simply ground meat.  Of course, this service is provided only during hunting season.  Please first contact any of these processors for details and specifics. Arrangements must be made for meat processing, as they get booked up.  Keep in mind that most Amish business telephone numbers go to voice mail, and the owners are quite prompt in returning calls.

The Troyer's Trail Bologna Company in Trail, accepts boneless deer meat to process through specific dates in December and then again in January.  For the year of December 2013-January 2014 their finished product price was $2.25 per pound; vacuum sealed, $2.50 per pound.  They are located at 6552 State Route 515 in Trail.  Phone number is 330-893-2414. Call for receiving hours.

Troyer's Trail Bologna
Miller's Custom Meats,  located at 5493 CR 68, Millersburg, OH 44654; in Beck's Mills, processes beef, hogs, and deer.  Ring Bologna, summer sausage, hot dogs, & deer sticks.  Owner Ben Raber Hrs: M-F 7-7, Sat 7-5; phone number is 330-893-1336. Amish owned.

Yoder Custom Meats, 7508 Honeytown Rd, Fredericksburg, OH 44627, 330-695-5312, Butchering of beef, hogs, and deer. They make Summer Sausage, Bologna, Wieners, Kielbasa, and Snack Sticks; offer curing and smoking; John M. Yoder is the owner. Amish owned.

Beitzel's Farm and Meat Processing, 5557 Cemetery Hill Road, SW, Stonecreek, open 8:30 to 5 p.m., closed on Tuesday.

Baltic Country Meats, 3457 SR 93, Baltic; open 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. (M-F), open 7:30 a.m. to noon (Sat.).

Rural Holmes County

This post is by The Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast in Holmes County Ohio, where on our website, we host the Ohio Amish Business Directory listing many Amish businesses that do not have a website. If you are seeking an Amish business, we here at the Barn Inn will do our best to locate the business you are seeking. There is no zoning in Holmes County, so a business can be found on nearly every back road or just around the next bend.

Submitted by Loretta Coblentz
February 5, 2014









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