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Program allows hunters to donate venison to hungry
Processed deer meat to go to food bank
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Hunters who kill more deer than they can eat will be able to donate the extra venison to those in need through a Georgia Wildlife Federation program called Hunters for the Hungry. A Clito-area processing plant is the link between local hunters and the Statesboro Food Bank, said Mike Whorley, president and CEO of the Georgia Wildlife Federation. The Little Chicken Ranch on Buster Miller Road, owned by Thomas and Denise Lariscy, will process deer meat and send it to the Statesboro Food Bank, Whorley said.
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