Georgia Wildlife Resources Division
2067 U.S. Hwy. 278, SE, Social Circle, GA 30025
The accuracy of the information in this database is dependent upon facility operators.
Facilities processing deer must obtain a Wildlife Storage Permit prior to inclusion in this database. This is a required permit and applications may be obtained through any of the Georgia DNR Law Enforcement Section  regional offices. To locate an office, click here  and select "Law Enforcement" and the county for your facility.
If you are a facility operator, you can add or update your information in our database. When contacting us, please provide your business name and address, your name (as contact), county of operation, business telephone number, hours of operation and directions. You can contact Melissa Cummings (firstname.lastname@example.org  or 706-557-3326)
This list is updated by request. Notify email@example.com  of any errors or omissions.
Feral hog processing facilities are regulated by the Georgia Department of Agriculture. For more information on feral hog processing facilities, contact the Georgia Department of Agriculture, Meat Inspection Section . The facilities in the linked list below are capable of processing feral hogs (Custom Exempt & State Inspected facilities). Call ahead to ensure that a particular facility can/will process feral hogs. Many of these facilities also process deer.
All wild alligator harvested under the quota hunt system during the Georgia Alligator Season is for personal human consumption and not for introduction into commerce. Alligator processing facilities are regulated by the Georgia Department of Agriculture. For more information on alligator processing facilities, contact the Georgia Department of Agriculture, Consumer Protection Division - Seafood Safety Office.
Glass Enterprises, Inc.
340 Moultrie Rd.
Camilla, Georgia 31730
Jacks Gourmet Gator
610 Chevis Rd.
Savannah, Georgia 31419
Prehistoric Ponds, Inc.
Rt. # 3, box 28 Hwy 122
Homerville, Georgia 31634