Jeff Pearce of Pearce's Custom Processing in Louisburg is the top processor in the state for deer donated by hunters to the nonprofit N.C. Hunters for the Hungry. For his first million 4-ounce servings of donated venison, Pearce received a plaque in the shape of the state. This season, he has celebrated passing 2 million, and he's working on 3 million.
Jeff Pearce of Pearce's Custom Processing in Louisburg is the top processor in the state for deer donated by hunters to the nonprofit N.C. Hunters for the Hungry. For his first million 4-ounce servings of donated venison, Pearce received a plaque in the shape of the state. This season, he has celebrated passing 2 million, and he's working on 3 million.
Jeff Pearce of Pearce's Custom Processing in Louisburg is the top processor in the state for deer donated by hunters to the nonprofit N.C. Hunters for the Hungry. For his first million 4-ounce servings of donated venison, Pearce received a plaque in the shape of the state. This season, he has celebrated passing 2 million, and he's working on 3 million.

2 million servings and counting: Processing hunters’ donations of venison for hungry

December 20, 2017 03:07 PM

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