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Thread: Venison pricing levels

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    Venison pricing levels

    What are members' experience of cost of venison per lb weight?
    • estate self shot skin on
    • skin off whole carcase
    • butchered chilled
    • butchered vaccuum packed frozen

    Any difference by species?

    Cheers,

    K

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    Skin off, whole carcase - 1.50 per lb.
    I'm telling Captain - from the Wee'est of men.

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    Skin off whole carcass 3.80 a kilo
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    Skin on 1.25 per lb (fallow)

    ATB

    T

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    Roe skin on 2.50 per kilo
    Red skin on 2.40 per kilo
    Sika skin on 2.40 per kilo
    Fallow skin on 2.20 per kilo

    Seems crazy to me that roe is prized above any other species in Scotland, but most are for the European market as the French/Spanish love them.
    Everyone is entitled to their own opinion... it's just that yours is stupid!!

  6. #6
    Skin on 2.50 kg / Skin off 4.50 kg

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    Prices at the moment with us, this is what we are paying:

    Fallow, Munties & any larger species- 2.00 a kilo (skin on).

    Roe-2.50 a kilo (skin on)

    Whole bodies tagged, skinned, muslin wrapped & sold at 5.25 a kilo (A 1 graded neck shot only)

    The pricing of roe just reflects the export demand for it, it has been as high as 3.25 a kilo & probably will be again May-August I guess.

    Regards Lee
    Newhouse Game

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    Roe 2.20 / kg (head and feet off, skin on) this morning at Bambridges, Watton Norfolk.
    Last edited by Hodmedod.one; 17-04-2012 at 14:01. Reason: additional info

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    Mid Shires (Willo Game) 2.20kg collected or 2.40kg if you deliver to them.
    Iwcdart you seem to be a bit light on the fallow

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    One of the big dealers in this area are quoteing 2 prices one for body another for head shot. Does this not encourage people to be irresponsable when things are are tight as they are at presant?
    I know what my views are and I am not happy that stalkers (or shooters more like) are being encouraged to carry on like this for monetary gain. Would a boycott be in order?

    What are your thoughts?

    Mark
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