Tom the butcher. End of discussion
where that Big Dog is ?
"...Be water, my friend.”
I'm betting you have to pay cash also. He's probably not a registered business thus has to get rid of scraps in his own garbage and the garbage men will only take so much. Also this way he doesn't have to pay for container service. JMO. Also if he's doing it out of his residence, it's probably zoned residential and not business.
He could just load up a pickup once a week and bring it to the dump. He's 10-15 minutes away and by weight it wouldn't cost but $20 a load. More importantly was how my friends were treated. One of them showed up after lunch mid week. Jorge was in skinning. My friend walked in and said hello I'm here to pick up a deer. Jorge looked at him and said he was closed and he would have to come back. My friend said "I'm here now and I'm not coming back..you called me and told me to come"
Why would you turn away a paying customer who just drove there because he was told to come? and if he didn't make it by a certain time additional charges would be applied?
I get that the guy has bills to pay, but don't the customers pay the bills?
Best part is he charges 150 to skin a bear then dollar a pound to cut up , so honestly he is double dipping cause if he charging 150 just to skin a bear shouldn't he then weigh the bear with out the head and hide ???????? But no he don't his answer you don't like it go some where else. Then he only accepts cash which I am sure he reports to the Irs . I am sorry but if he handed me a box of scraps I would have laughed at him and left box their . Every body thinks they a tough guy until they meet one .
Plus watched my taxidermist skin my dads bear in under twenty minutes .
Last edited by hunterdan199; 10-20-2016 at 09:04 PM.