FLATLANDER FARMS - What we do
FLATLANDER FARMS - A good hunter knows it doesn't end with the shot.
Products and Prices
 
Please feel free to print out our order form and make your order selection ahead of time!
 
 We will cape, clean, de-bone , cut, grind,
and vacuum seal  your deer for just ..................................$75.00
  Bacon Burger! We will gladly blend bacon INTO your burger for the ultimate eating experience  
(10lb minimum) forjust ...................................$2.00/lb   We are able to taxidermy cape your trophy animal for just.............................................................. $10.00
  Process your own and just need ground?...$ 10.00
 
  **See our order form (above) for sausage, jerky, snack stick and trail bologna pricing.**
 
 Have a request? Just ask!
 
 
 
 
1. Eye of Round.........Sometimes this is left attached to the bottom round
2. Bottom Round
3. Top Sirloin................Goes to stew, stir fry or grind
4. Top Round
5. Sirloin Tip..................Left as a Roast or cut into chops
6. Tenderloin
7. Loin (Backstraps) ..Butterflied Chops or 9" Strips 
8. Neck -....................     Goes to grind
9. English - ...................Goes to grind
10. Top Blade...............Goes to grind
11. Mock Tender......... Goes to grind
 
FAQ
1.  "How much will I get from my deer?"
 
It's never exact - A buck will yield more than a doe, an older deer will yield a higher percentage than a younger deer, and it always depends on the amount of damage from the shot, but generally the formula works like this:
 
Multiply the Dressed weight of your deer X .35 = Your Yield   
Example:
A 100 lb deer (dressed) will yield  about 35 of boneless venison total.
100 X .35 = 35 lbs
 
Example:
15 lbs. from the backstraps and hind quarters will be steaks, chops and roasts
20 lbs.  from the front shoulders, shanks and neck will be trim for ground or sausage.
 
2. "It doesn't look like I got much venison back, are you sure this is all my deer?"
Remember - vacuum sealing drastically reduces the volume of packaging! If you're not used to vacuum sealing, it may appear you didn't get a good return, when in fact your venison it tightly sealed in an air-free environment for the best freshness!
 
3."My taxidermist wants the hide back a certain way, how do you guys do it?"
 
*A taxidermy cape includes rolling the cape and legs, not splitting them. I am able leave 8 inches of neck in place at the request of our taxidermist partners in order to allow them to take accurate measurements, however we don't believe this is necessary as a deer will dehydrate so radically in the first 24 hours that accurate measurement after that will be nearly impossible.Please let us know if your taxidermist has any other specific requests.
 
Have questions? Give us a call!
585-721-0335
ask for Jason
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