Hunt for the Hungry promotes more venison donations

Food pantries in Door and Kewaunee counties are serving more people. So, they're hoping hunters will donate a little more venison over the various deer hunting seasons.  The Hunt for the Hungry program and some participating deer processors are working to promote that idea. Some meat processors are raffling off firearms or other cuts of meat to encourage hunter participation.  Hunt for the Hungry spokesperson Craig Robbins also recommends hunters not let their antlerless deer tags go unused.




More information on which meat processors are taking part in the Hunt for the Hungry program can be found at here.

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