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Big River

antelope?

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I have some antelope I want to have made into saugage. I'm from New Ulm, I've tried schmidts in Nicolett (good). But just wondering if anyone else knows of a good place in southern minnesota. Just want to try a new place. Thank you

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Big River, I'd heard that Schmidts wasn't even doing deer anymore. Don't know the reason, they just said "no". Have you talked to Alex (owner) at the Sausage Shop? He might be able to do some custom work for you after he's done his counter stock. Stop in and talk with him, If he can't do it, he might be able to give you some leads. Now that I think of it, I have a neighbor who's parents raise elk over by Nicollet, I could ask him. Phred52

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might have to talk to alex, a buddy has deer saugage made there good stuff. didn't here about schimdts, the rest of my party brought there antelope there. thanks

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I don't know where to go, but I just want to say that my brother gave me a stick of cajun antelope sausage and it was great.

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