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Rainbow Meats

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307 S 17th St, Laramie, WY 82070

(307) 745-1675

Today: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
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Kylee G.



Rainbow Meats is a meat processing plant in Laramie, Wyoming. Unfortunately the only processing plant that accepts wild game. On October 10th I brought in a quantity of meat to be turned into summer sausage. After I was assured that my meat was clean, that it would only be a few days, and that my meat would not be mixed with anyone else's, and that I would be returned my meat for the price of $4.50 per pound for processing. It is now October 26th, I still have not been returned any product or contacted, so I called in to check on the status of my meat. The employee that helped me assured me that it would only be a few more days, and that my meat "had just missed the cut" for being processed. I notified him that I would like to come pick up my meat so that I could have someone else process it. After some struggle, he finally admitted that my meat was gone, it had been mixed in with someone else's product, but that I could still purchase a different quantity of meat. This is unacceptable, especially since I specifically asked that my meat be kept separate, and I was repeatedly lied to. This man stated that they always tell clients that "cooked products are mixed," but that is contradictory to even what he said when he stated that my meat had "just missed the cut" for processing. This is a deceitful practice. This practice is especially concerning with wild game because we do not know what sort of care these animals had before they got to the processing plant, and with the myriad of diseases and health concerns this is truly disgusting. I saw the carcasses of some of the other client's animals when I visited the plant and I am truly horrified that I might have consumed someone else's CWD deer or dirt covered elk.



Great experience!

I got my first antelope this year and took it here... So glad I did! They were friendly and very knowledgable and would recommend them to anyone and I will be coming back!



Great place. I see a few bad r...

Great place. I see a few bad reviews about this place that just make me laugh. When i took my elk in last year i was greeted by the owner though tall he was very nice. Treated me like he knew me for years.

Their prices are right on and under everyone else's and the quality of cuts you get is amazing. To those hunters who were complaining about how much meat they got back, next time ask the butcher to leave all the fat on and rotten meat from you leaving it lay for 2 days and to leave the bruised meat from were you shot it. You will get what you think you should...

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