Last year I found a processor who claimed that he individually processed each deer as it came in. In previous years, I'd always gone to another processing place in town. Really couldn't tell that much of a difference between the two.
Would love to process the deer, but the weather here (Central Texas) is far too warm to hang deer for a day or two, and I certainly don't have the walk in cooler/freezer to do so otherwise. Have always heard it best to let the deer hang for a couple of days prior to processing.
Now I will field dress the deer up by the house. Y'all have seen the wheel barrow in all of my pictures. That's what's nice about living on 15 acres out in the middle of nowhere. My hunting spot is close enough that all I have to do after shooting them is 1) find the thing to begin with (hoping it hasn't run far) 2) drop off the rifle at the house and grab the wheel barrow 3) wheel the deer up to the house and grab the knife 4) dress and run the deer down to the processor. Whitetail deer here in Central Texas may not be as large as those in states further north, but they're still heavy enough that using a wheel barrow is a whole heck of a lot easier to get them back up to the house. Besides, the house sits on about the highest ground on the property. Everything else is downhill. Nice to have wheels when the journey back is all uphill.