Steves Meat Market

. Welcome To Steves Meat Market


We process deer, elk, moose, antelope, bear (custom only during Sep.), buffalo, mountain lion, big horn sheep, mountain goat, wild boar (anything else)? All animals MUST have a carcass tag attached (refer to state requirements) or receipt from private ranch, NO EXCEPTIONS.

All steak cuts are boneless and include Tenderloins (whole), Loins (a.k.a. backstraps, butterflied), Sirloins, and Rounds. We recommend a thickness of 3/4 inch and we package for a family of three (approximately 1-1/2 lb packs). Roasts come from the shoulders, are approximately 2-3 lb each, and are netted for easier cooking. Shank and neck meat are ground for burger, sausage, and/or jerky. An average whole animal will yield about 55% of the hanging weight (based on care taken in the field).


All steaks and roasts are vacuum packed (NOT FREEZER WRAPPED) to ensure freshness & longevity. All packs are professionally labeled with the animal type and specific cut. All meat is packaged and frozen immediately.

Burger is packaged in a 1 lb (approx.) poly-chub. Sausage and Jerky are packaged as shown on our processing price list. Burger is double ground and we recommend adding 10% beef or pork suet for flavor and consistency.

For your convenience, Steve’s Meat Market is open seasonally, September to end of January.

**Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) has been detected in several states in elk and deer. Steve’s Meat Market, Inc. will not knowingly accept any animal showing signs or symptoms of CWD. We will report any suspicious animal to Colorado Parks & Wildlife. We can in no way guarantee your animal does or does not have CWD and we do not assume responsibility for testing or failure to test for CWD. For further information on CWD and testing, call Colorado Parks & Wildlife at (303)297-1192 or visit their web site at


When I began processing game in the mid 80’s, my entire staff was two to four employees. I remember my son Ryan standing on a milk crate skinning a deer, my daughter Amy wrapping steaks with locker paper using an ink pad and rubber stamp to mark the type of product in the package, and my wife Karen coming to the shop each day after she completed work at her “regular” job to call customers and advise their orders were ready for pickup. I knew every customer by their first name, remembered that they preferred steaks a little on the thick side or to make their Italian sausage a bit more spicy. I knew when their children shot their first deer or that one of them was up to 10 points in unit #201 for the dream elk hunt, and I sincerely miss that relationship with my customers. Looking back on it now, I can say those were the “Good Ol’ Days.” While we try to manage our extremely successful game processing business, I can assure you that my staff and I continue to process your game with the same passion that I had 30 years ago. (There are just a lot more of you now!)

I am asked why we have such short receiving hours. For example: If you have been here and seen us receive 200-400 antelope in four to five hours on opening weekend of antelope season, you must understand that it is my responsibility to properly clean, refrigerate, process, freeze, and return this meat to you in one week. If I extend my hours to receive more than I can properly handle, I am setting my business up for failure. We need to receive animals at a proper pace and know when we can’t handle any more. As the owner, I monitor the production at all times. I feel that Steve’s Meat Market is the premier wild game processing plant providing a good value & excellent product.

Thanks to all of our loyal & first time customers!!  I greatly appreciate your patronage.

. Book A Table .

Contact Form Demo

“Delicia is my favorite place in the world to have authentic Indian food and fill myself with quality ingredients, herbs, and spices, and get the truest taste. I have not had Indian food so good anywhere else in the entire country and I keep coming back every time. It is absolutely DELICIOUS!”

Patrick Greenish

A Regular Customer At Delicia

Scroll to Top