By Roger Dey

Making the cut

Keasters find challenges, rewards with wild game processing business


Last updated 12/29/2021 at 12:42pm

Roger Dey

A sign along Stemple Pass Road two miles south of Lincoln points the way to the Keaster Cuts shop.

A couple weeks after the end of hunting season, RJ Keaster put the finishing touches on the last of wild game processed this year by his new family business Keaster Cuts.

RJ and his wife Kathryn bought the business, formerly known as T&A Meats, from Aaron Daniel earlier this year to earn extra money and pay off some debt.

RJ learned to process wild game both through his experience as an avid hu...

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