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Wild Game Processing Announcement

After much consideration we have decided to no longer process wild game. Due to Mr Burks’ deteriorating health and difficulty in finding and keeping quality employees as well as complications do to the pandemic, it has become necessary for us to focus on our domestic processing only.

It has been an honor and a pleasure to serve all of our loyal customers for the past 20+ years. We will be forever grateful to all of you for trusting us with your wild game processing for over two decades. Please call us if we can help you fill your freezers with pork and beef. Thank you all.

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Mourning the Passing of George Allen

The Burks Family, with Andrew Gillan, are devastated by the sudden passing of our beloved friend George Allen on May 4th. We share in the entire Allen family’s sorrow, especially that of Kary and her four children.

George and Kary Allen

Please consider visiting the George Allen’s Family Fund page to help to offset Kary’s unforeseen costs with the sudden loss of her dear husband and father of their four children, and our beloved friend, George Allen. We’ll miss him dearly.

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In Loving Memory of Calvin Victor Burks

Calvin Victor Burks: March 19, 1935 – November 1, 2013

Last Friday November 1, my father Calvin Victor Burks passed away here at home, surrounded by his loving family. He was the patriarch of the Burks family, and will be dearly missed. Friends may call Tuesday night at the Widener Funeral Home, Northfork, from 6 to 8:00 P.M.
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Burks Farm will remain open during this time, but with a lighter staff. We appreciate your patience and understanding.

edit: Sincere thanks to all who supported us during this time with cards, kind words, and patience.