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Schrupp's Wild Game Processing Dates
Sat., Nov 5: 9am to 8pm
Schrupp’s Meats & Seafood, LLC offers it all: cut-to-order services, fresh meat cuts, wild game processing, delectable seafood and so much more. Located in downtown Paynesville, MN since 1943 our meat locker provides the best in meat processing services throughout Central Minnesota. Owned and operated by Dave and Pam Schrupp you can be assured they make all of their products worthy of carrying the Schrupp name.
Whether you’re planning a party – birthday, anniversary, graduation – or just looking to pull out the grill, make sure you come to Schrupp’s Meats & Seafood first. From BBQ pork and beef to meat and cheese trays to burgers and brats, we have all your party, summertime and year-round favorites. Get your mouth watering and fill your plate with:
- USDA Steaks
- Thick Pork Chops
- Homemade Sausages & Bacon
- Smoked Ribs & Hams
- Jerky & Pepper Sticks
- Juicy Hamburger Patties
- Tasty Bratwurst
- A Wide Selection of Seafood
- And so much more – we haven’t even scratched the surface!
Stop in or contact Schrupp’s Meats & Seafood, LLC for all your holiday, seasonal or year-round meat product needs. We offer many great holiday specials (Christmas, Thanksgiving, Mother’s Day, etc.) on top of our regular, low quality prices.
Our locker has been in operation long before the name Schrupp’s Meats & Seafood was embossed on the door. The locker was originally built in 1942 by Millard Nehring and opened in 1943. It was the first locker plant built for that purpose in the state. Family members, Wes and Lois Nehring, owned and operated the business from 1962-1993, eventually selling it to C&G Meats. Long time managers Dave and Pam Schrupp eventually purchased the business, renaming it in 2007.
Today we operate under the name Schrupp’s Meats & Seafood, LLC, doing just what our name implies – processing and selling some of the areas premiere meats and seafood.
*2009 1st Place – Central MN Best Pork Sausage Contest