South Dakota Sportsmen Against Hunger

The mission of South Dakota Sportsmen Against Hunger is to encourage and facilitate donation of wild game meat to needy people in South Dakota.

Deer and Antelope Processing Fees For 2020

Notes:

-Donated deer and elk harvested west of the Missouri River need to be tested for Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) before being processed. See Donated Deer CWD Testing on this website for details on the CWD testing procedure for donated deer and elk. If hunters want to collect tissue samples themselves for CWD testing of their deer or elk, CWD testing kits are available at GFP Regional and District Offices.

-Donated deer harvested east of the Missouri River do not need to be tested for CWD.

-The processing fee shown for antlerless deer and doe/fawn antelope is the cost to the hunter in addition to a processing certificate completed by the hunter and given to the processor.

-The processing fee shown for buck deer and buck antelope is the total cost of processing which has to be paid by the hunter. The processing fee for any donated elk would also need to be paid by the hunter.

-Please call a processor prior to delivery of game to be certain of location, business hours, and fees. (See also processor map.)

Location Company PhoneDeer
(Antlerless)
Deer
(Buck)
Antelope
(Doe/fawn)
Antelope
(Buck)
Clark *Dakota Butcher 532-63280 750 65
Custer Top Pin Archery 673-58800 750 65
Glenham Gosch Meat Market 850-95880 750 65
Huron Huron Custom Meats 352-43450 900 65
Milbank Ol' Mill Meats 432-54330 750 65
Milbank Waldner Specialty Meats 432-61000 750 65
Newell Tri-County Locker 456-22300 1000 75
Piedmont Piedmont Cutting Edge Meats 787-95470 750 65
Pierre Steamboat Game & Fish 224-657201250100
Rapid City Spilde Quality Meats 219-69290 1100 110
Rapid City Western Buffalo 342-03220 1100 100
Tea Lee's Meats & Sausages 368-21610 950 80
Watertown *Dakota Butcher 878-33360 750 65
Waubay Jorgenson Meat Processing 947-4460075065
Yankton Kleinschmit Locker 665-340710 9020 75

* Only accepts donated deer harvested east of the Missouri River.