Kellys Deer Processing skins a deer in under one minute

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This is a short video Colin Kelly from Kellys Deer Processing showing off his skills.

Colin who has owned Kelly’s Deer Processing in Big Rapids for over 20 year shows us how to skin a deer…. In under one minute.

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Colin sent this to me to edit and add the timer. Kellys Deer Processing is a great place to bring your deer to be processed. Also, want some steaks… call.

Colin’s son did the videotaping and DW Video did the edit.

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Big Rapids Kellys Deer Processing

Introducing Colin Kelly, owner of Kelly’s Deer Processing in Big Rapids Michigan.  Learn more about his business.

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According to Kellys Deer Processing Website  – “In the fall of 1978 Colin Kelly started his meat cutting career right here in Mecosta County. Colin went to work at Boven’s Custom Butchering of Morley Michigan. The first year he worked their was the last year that Boven’s processed deer. Seeing the need for someone else to process deer was right in front of him. So in 1979 KELLY’S DEER PROCESSING was started. The first year 25 deer were processed in a back room of Colin’s house. Now with a State of Michigan licensed building in the Big Rapids area about 1,500 Michigan Whitetail Deer are processed per year. KELLY’S DEER PROCESSING is open virtually every day of Michigan’s Whitetail season. From late September till January and out of season by appointment”.

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Big Rapids area has alot to offer. Kelly’s Deer Processing has been in business since 1979.

Big Rapids area offers many ways to get back to nature, miles of trails to explore, beautiful golf courses, all the camping adventures you could ask for, and the mighty Muskegon River to tube, explore, fish or swim.

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