Nebraska hunters are being urged to donate deer meat to help feed the hungry.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission says hunters may still offer deer to 14 contracted meat processors. If accepted, they can have the processing costs paid by the Hunters Helping the Hungry program. Processors will accept deer until their quotas are met.
Processors still accepting deer are in Bayard, Bridgeport, North Platte, Fairfield, Lindsay, Humphrey, Ulysses, North Bend, Wahoo, Panama, Ralston, Omaha, Table Rock and Johnson.
Once quotas are met, hunters may consider using the free Deer Exchange program to find and contact persons who would like to receive venison.
More information about the meat processors involved with the program is available online at www.OutdoorNebraska.org.
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