NEW UPDATE:
Beginning Saturday, September 17, 2022, we will be open normal business hours.

 

Monday through Saturday 9:00 am - 9:00 pm

Sunday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

 

Please note the exceptions:

Halloween 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. Monday, October 31

Thanksgiving CLOSED - November 24

Christmas Holiday CLOSED December 23, 24 & 25

 

Please remember to clean your deer properly and pack the cavity with ice, especially during warm temperatures.

We are pleased to announce our on-site taxidermist, Chris Skacan, owner and operator of Wildlife Perfections Taxidermy.

Taxidermy has been Chris's passion since the age of 9 when his father took him to pick up his first mounted deer. Throughout his life, he has held on to that passion, with the same wide eyes amazement of that child. He has worked hard and studied with some of the best in the world. They inspire him to cultivate his art. Working on his clients' trophies allows him to give them back the excitement of the hunt, crafting them a souvenir they can have for a lifetime.

Remember to field dress your deer properly and throw ice in the cavity during the warm weather.

 

Thanks,

Kip

Your Deer, Handled Professionally and Cut The Way You Want!
We Cut Each Deer Separately… You Get YOUR Deer Back

We are famous for our smoked products!

  • Deer Dogs

  • Sausage

  • Trail Bologna

  • Hot Sticks

  • Salami

  • Slim Jim

  • Jerky

  • Kielbasi

  • Hams

Located minutes off Interstate 79 just south of Pittsburgh, PA. Kip's Deer Processing is a family-run business in operation for 36 years and still takes pride in processing your deer the traditional way "One Deer at a Time". Certified by the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, we ensure the safe handling of your deer.

At Kip's we offer a large variety of custom menu items and we are famous for our smoked products which are prepared on site. With such a variety to choose from you will see why Kip's has become the processor of choice for many hunters in Southwestern Pennsylvania. Try something different this year!

Thanks,
Kip & Paula Padgelek