Saturday, January 2, 2010

Bring us your frozen meat on Saturday, Jan. 9th!

You can make use of all your frozen meat by bringing it in for processing on January 9th, 9 am to 6 pm. We'll let it break down just enough to cut, then fix it up into anything from our menu. We'll refreeze it for you to pick up on Saturday, January 16th, 9 am to 6 pm.
We can take large well wrapped frozen pieces of venison or wild hogs. Don't thaw them. Bring them in frozen. This year, don't let your freezer stay packed with pieces you can' t use. Turn it into meal sized processed venison or pork! We can even make fully cooked smoked hams!

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Time is running out! Please help us contact these people to pick up their orders.

As you know by state law we can't sell venison or wild hog that people do not pick up to recover our processing fees. This year we have more leftover orders than usual. Some processors take in deposits to help cover these costs, but we'd really like to avoid that headache and paperwork. We could use your help.
These folks have orders here that they haven't picked up. If you know any of them, please contact them to let them know we're trying to get in touch or to ask them to give it to you! We may have wrong numbers or, in at least one case, the person has moved and we have no contact numbers. We'd really appreciate anything you can do to help!

Kenny Almond, Summerville
Lonnie Baxley, (2 orders), Charleston
Heath Fisk, Edisto Island
Marvin Horry, Adams Run
Robbie Sires, Charleston
Greg Tumbleston, (2 orders), Summerville

Monday, December 28, 2009

Cordray's Hours this week:

Until Jan. 2nd: We'll remain open regular hours
9 am to 9 pm, Monday - Saturday
through January 2nd.
January 2nd is the state youth hunt day.

We have no Sunday hours during January!

Billy Guess with Hailey Guess and their 7 point - Thanks, Waymon!

Peter Brown, 8 point

Debbie O'Neal with her first deer, a 5 point

Hampden Thomas with her first buck, an 8 point, with her dad, Andy Thomas.

John William Destefano put his new 243 rifle to work and joined his sister in the Cordray's First Deer Hall of Fame!

He got his dunking with the help of his mom and dad!

Adam Rodgers killed his first one!

Kelsie Crabtree brought her first deer in to Cordray's!