I second the suggestion to do it yourself. I had a family friend show me how to do my first deer and I've butchered every single deer since then alone. I get a huge feeling of accomplishment after I finish butchering a deer--it's great to know that I brought the meat from woods to table, every step of the way. As for your concern about hanging a deer, find a cheap old fridge on craigslist and take all of the shelves out and rig it up to hang a quartered deer inside it. I think I recall someone listing the steps to do this on the forum, but otherwise, I'm sure it wouldn't be tough to figure out a set up. Also, if you don't have someone to show you how to process a deer from start to finish, you can google "how to butcher a deer" and find hundreds of great tutorials filled with pictures and great descriptions. If you learn how to do it, it's a life long skill that'll ensure that you can always provide for yourself and your family self-sufficiently. Good luck!