541.447.6377

F5 SMOKEHOUSE

240 N. E. 4th Street
Prineville, Oregon
97754

 

 

HOURS

 

Monday-Friday
8:00 a.m. til 5:00 p.m.

SATURDAYS 8:00 a.m.
til 2:00 p.m.
Closed-Sunday

 

 

Fresh From our Meat Case
New York Steak
T-Bone Steak
Top Sirloin Steak
Rib Eye Steak
Boneless Chuck Roast
Lean Ground Beef
Country Sausage
Pork Chops
Free Range Chicken


 

The Smokehouse

Beef Jerkey in flavors of Peppered,
Teriyaki, Brown Sugar Garlic, 
Summer Sausage, Smoked Bacon,
Smoked Pepper Bacon, Smoked
Pork Chops, Beef Bacon

SPECIAL ORDERS ARE
WELCOME!

We Accept
Visa-Mastercard
Oregon Trail Card
 

Deer, Elk, Moose, Caribou
Buffalo, Antelope, Bear, Cougar, Water Buffalo, Cape Eland


 

FIELD DRESSING TIPS

Immediately clean carcass with fresh water and allow to air dry.
Cover carcass with a game bag once dry.
Keep carcass in a cool environment, ideally a meat cooler.
It all starts in the field!  And just as soon as possible.

Meat from game animals is essentially no different than meat from domestic animals.  Both need to be handled and prepared with care in order to avoid food safety problems.  The potential for contamination and food-borne illness is very similar for a deer or elk as what would be found in domestic sheep or cattle.

Many of the same pathogens found in domestic livestock such as salmonella, listeria, e.coli and staphylococcus, can also be found in game animals.  Game animals are dressed and skinned under less than ideal conditions, so the potential for contaminated meat is greater.

It is important to keep two things in mind--time and temperature.  Hunters need to clean the animal, remove the hide, get it back to camp and get it cooled off as quickly as possible.  Simple measures such as hanging the carcass in the shade can help.  It also might mean taking the meat from the animal back to town and putting it into a cooler.  Protecting the meat from dirt, hair and insects by a game bag while it is out in the field is very important.

By following common sense procedures out in the field, both the hunt and the feast can be safe and satisfying.

Good luck with your hunting and we at F5 Smokehouse would like to be of service with the cutting and wrapping all to your specifications!
 

GAME PROCESSING PRICES
Game Body
Cut and Wrap $ 1.35 per pound (minimum $125.00)
McLagan $2.00 lb.  Sausage Seasoning .55 lb
Bone Disposal Fee~Elk $10.00  All others $5.00
BULK GAME TRIM - GRIND and WRAP
Burger  $1.75 lb
McLagan  $ 2.75 lb
Sausage  $2.00 lb
Game Fresh Bratwurst  $3.00 lb
Game Beer Dogs $6.00 lb
(beer dogs made with 15% pork included in price)
GRIND ONLY
Burger  $ 1.25
McLagan $2.25
Sausage $ 1.50
 

 

F5 SMOKEHOUSE
MEAT BOXES

1.  $60 COMBO BOX
     3 Lb. Pork Roast
     2 Lb. Pork Chops
     2 Lb. Chuck Steaks
     2 Lb. Ground Beef 1 lb ea.
     2 Lb. Chicken Breast

2.  $160.00 PORK BOX
     9 Lb. Pork Roast 3 lb. ea.
     5 Lb. Pork Chops
     5 Lb. Smoked  Bacon l lb. ea.
     4 Lb. Breakfast Sausage l lb. ea.
     2 Rack Baby Back Ribs 
       


3.   $460.00 BEEF BOX
      3 Lb. Top Sirloin Steak
      8 Lb. Rib Eyes
      6 Lb. New York Steaks
      2-3 Lb. Shoulder Clod Roast
      3-3 Lb. Chuck Roasts
      12 Lb. Ground Beef
      4 Lb. Short Ribs

4.   $150.00 COMBO BOX 
      3 Lb. Top Sirloin Steaks
      3 Lb. Chuck Roast
      5 Lb. Ground Beef 1 lb. ea.
      3 Lb. Pork Chops
      5 Lb. Breakfast Sausage l lb. ea.
      3 Lb. Bacon l lb. ea.
      5 Lb. Chicken Breast

5.   $210.00 BEEF BOX
      6 Lb.  Rib Eyes
      6 Lb. Chuck Roast 3 lb. ea.
      8 Lb. Ground Beef 1 lb. ea.

6.   $170.00 BBQ BOX
      2 Racks Pork Baby Back Ribs
      4-12 oz  Rib Eyes
      2 Tri-Tips
      1 Lb. Chicken Thighs
      2 Lb. Chicken Breast