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Press Photo by Royal McGregor Bill Forbes finishes up making sausage at Dean's Meat Market on Wednesday in Dickinson. Dean's Meat Market has been participating in the Sportsmen Against Hunger since it first started in 2004.

Food for thought: Sportsmen Against Hunger looks to thrive despite deer being down

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The decline in deer licenses and recent hit of epizootic hemorrhagic disease in southwestern North Dakota might have taken a dip on deer season, but Sportsmen Against Hunger sights are still high.

Four local meat processors around southwestern North Dakota help in the SAH with distributing venison to local families.

"It's a really good program," said Dean Evenson, owner of Dean's Meat Market in Dickinson. "I hope it works out for everyone."

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