Black Pine Deer Farm
Black Pine Deer Farm stated in the fall of 1998, beginning with seven does and one buck. In the spring of 2000 they purchased 54 head from a farm near Reno, Nevada. With the does having little ones, they quickly grew to over 100 head.
They are now licensed to process and market venison to restaurants, health-food stores and individuals desiring low-fat, low cholesterol, naturally produced venison free of hormones and feed additives. Other deer products, such as breeding stock, hides and antlers are available.
Venison, usually frozen, come in burgers, stew meat, chuck and rump roast, back strap, round steak, sirloin steak, tenderloin, and pepperoni. They raise European Fallow deer for their venision.
Black Pine Deer farm products are available at Boise Coop, Huckleberry Garden in McCall, the McCall Farmers Market, and Wild Instincts in Idaho Falls.
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