Frequently Asked Questions
Elk/Venison Meat Products Questions and Answers:
Why Elk and/or Red Deer Venison Meat?
Elk and Red Deer Venison is a low calorie, low fat, low cholesterol meat that is also high in protein and very healthy alternative for you and your family. Elk and Venison meat has shown to be much healthier than Pork, Chicken, or Beef. Elk and Venison are probably the most tasteful red meats you can buy but don’t take our word for it, try it for yourself!
Why Elk Meat from Hemlock Hills Trophy Ranch?
At HHTR we naturally raise our animals. We never use antibiotics, chemicals, pesticides, fertilizers or any other ‘un-natural’ product at our ranch.
Our Elk are raised locally at our ranch in North Central Wisconsin. Unlike most other elk/deer meat providers you will come across on the internet, we are NOT a processor or meat plant that purchases animals to resell. We elk and contract with a local (USDA inspected) processor to process OUR animals.
Is shipping included? What are the costs and why are they not displayed?
Shipping and handling are not included in the price of the product. We personally process each order and determine the best and most cost effective way to get your product to you. It makes no sense to purchase the highest quality meat from us and then skimp and cut corners on the shipping. We want your products to arrive to you as fresh and safe as possible.
Is it legal to purchase venison/elk products over the internet?
This site and Hemlock Hills Trophy Ranch is not offering to sell any product in a legal jurisdiction where the sale of such a product is not lawful. None of our products are intended for sale in areas where local restrictions prohibit the purchase or possession of such products. Be advised that when you purchase products from HHTR, you are buying products from Wisconsin where farm raised elk and venison sales are legal. You, the customer, are responsible for adhering to your own state and local regulations as they pertain to the purchase and possession of farm raised elk and/or venison.