Saturday, November 5, 2011

Mark Bales



Matthew Davenport got his first deer!




Lee Orvin


Missing Persons from September: Billy Duttine and Cody Hobbs

Do you know these guys? We're trying to get in touch with them to tell them that we still have their orders from September. If you know them or even think you might, would you text them, call, email, or stop by and check on them to make sure that they know that we've finished the work they requested? We need them to come on by and pick it up!
*Why don't we just sell it? That's what car repair folks or other industries do if someone doesn't pick up. 
It's against the law in SC for us to recoup our processing costs by letting you pick it up and pay the processing costs. We just have to take a loss. Our only hope is that if these guys have changed their minds and don't want it, they'll give it to you. So get in touch with them!

Kenneth got his first buck in 6 years. He says that you should always look about 50 yards further than you think!






Kevin Fralix


Steve Thomas got this big pig this morning!



Ryan and David Glover


Gracen Bailey with her second buck, an 8 point!


Friday, November 4, 2011

Tina Diaz got her first deer at the Francis Marion Forest!


Deer rolling in. Don't let the wind worry you!

Today we got in 10 deer and pigs before lunch! People are saying that they are seeing lots of bucks chasing does! Pics to come!

One thing I forgot! All natural, locally grown, raw dog food and bones are back!

Forgot to mention we've got all natural, all Cordray Farms beef raw dog food again and raw bones in the freezer!
Frozen bones are $1 per lb.
Pupsicles are $1 per pack. Raw meat ground and frozen in a circle.

1.3 lbs. packs of frozen ground meat are $1 per chub.


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www.cordrays.com
Cordray Farms
Cordray's Venison Processing
6708 County Line Rd.
Ravenel, SC 29470
843.766.7922

Mick Weber got this 6 point with a blaze!



James Whaley brought in this Aiken 10 point monster for a mount!




Beef Case stocked with plenty of Cordray Farms Beef!

Hello, Friends of Cordray Farms,
Just a quick update to let you know that we've restocked the meat case. We've got plenty of fresh, never frozen T-Bones, sirloins, Porterhouse, flank steaks, and ribeyes. The smoked section has beef jerky, summer sausage, and snack sticks in all your favorite flavors. For pork lovers, we've got a few applewood smoked hams, plenty of bacon, both thin and thick cut, and Cordray Brothers sausage in bulk and linked. With this fine hunting weather, we should be busy all day tomorrow and Sunday evening. Stop in early for the best selection!
Hours: Monday - Saturday 9 am to 9 pm
Sunday evenings 6pm to 9 pm.

Hope to see you soon,
Claudia

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www.cordrays.com
Cordray Farms
Cordray's Venison Processing
6708 County Line Rd.
Ravenel, SC 29470
843.766.7922

The meat case is LOADED! Fresh, never frozen steaks, smoked snack sticks, jerky, smoked hams and bacon!




Dan Mengendoht got his first buck today with Capers Cauthan!


Bobby Siggelkow


Tide Elliott got his first deer. It weighed 102 lbs.



Temperature dropping during the day always brings out the evening deer! See you tonight!

Applewood Smoked Pork Hams and bacon on sale now! Taking reservations for hams for Thanksgiving and Christmas, too.


Thursday, November 3, 2011

Marty Crosby




Wesley Fink had an 8 point and Corey Fink had a 10 point with a drop tine.



Allyson Moe's buck had 8 points!


Danny Milleman



Jay Stewart


Bubba Bair was wearing his lucky Cordray's Taxidermy hat from mounting a big buck earlier this year and got this big 6 point!




Look at this cool rack!




Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Paul Speights, Jr. brought in the BUCK OF THE WEEK so far! Dressed weight 127 .6 lbs!

It is NEVER cold enough here to leave a wild hog or deer in the field overnight and bring it in the morning!

If you can't get your animal to us in the evening, be sure to field dress it. (Open carcass right below the ribs and pull all the guts out.)   If it's going to get above 32 degrees, stuff some bags of ice in the body cavity to begin the cooling process. Think about it. At every beef and pork facility, animals are gutted, skinned, and cooled within 30 minutes of slaughter. Why should deer or wildhogs, especially ones that may be gutshot, be any different? We've turned away SEVERAL deer and a huge sow in the last few days that were left overnight. Animals found in the morning or left in the back of trucks do not provide quality meat. Will it kill you if you eat it? Probably not, but the meat is not good flavor and often has to be discarded later. We pride ourselves in providing absolutely the safest and best tasting wildgame for you and your family. Please understand when we won't take chances with your meat and will not process it for you.

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