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    Adam McFarland prepares to weigh a white-tailed deer at Sabattus Deer Processing in Sabattus on Thursday. Will Detert of Brunswick shot the 10-point, 187-pound buck.

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    Chris Calise of Cape Elizabeth relives how he shot an eight-point, 194-pound buck with a bow on Thursday morning. Calise shot the deer in an expanded archery zone in Cape Elizabeth at 7:15 a.m. Thursday and delivered the deer to Sabattus Deer Processing in Sabattus before 10 a.m.

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    Mike Averill of Alna brought in the 500th deer to be processed at Sabattus Deer Processing in Sabattus since the start of Maine deer season. Averill shot the seven-point buck Wednesday and brought the deer to be processed Thursday.

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    Meat cutter Spencer Brown of Lewiston looks out the window of the room where he and Cory Macpherson are processing deer at Sabattus Deer Processing on Thursday. A shortage of meat cutters has contributed to a backlog at the Sabattus business.

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    Adam McFarland records information from Dick and Christine Pohopek after the Woolwich couple brought in a ten-point, 144-pound buck to be processed at Sabattus Deer Processing in Sabattus on Thursday. Business owner, Nancy Provost, said that the the business is only taking deer on a reservation system only because so many deer have been brought in. "We can only do so much with the limited number of people," said Provost.

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