About Us

Our Vision

Trophy Buck Inc. strives to provide hunters of South Texas with an unforgettable experience by providing them with high quality products and a level of customer service that cannot be matched anywhere else in the industry. 


It is our goal to greet every customer that walks through our door with a smile and handshake and send them home with an experience that will leave them coming back time and again.

Our Story

The business started in 1985 as Eddie’s Taxidermy and has bee owned/operated by Terry & Ann Jahns since then. For 30 years, Eddie’s Taxidermy was affiliated with Eddie’s Game Processing. Terry and Ann worked hard with Eddie’s Game Processing ownership to grow both businesses by providing quality products with an exceptional level of customer service. Relying solely on our customers’ experiences to result in word of mouth marketing, Eddie’s Game Processing and Taxidermy grew from a small family owned business into a renowned facility for South Texas hunters to use for their meat processing and taxidermy needs.


In 2014, due to the growth of the taxidermy and a need for having a facility closer to brush country clientele, Terry and Ann made the tough decision to begin looking for a new location to expand their business as Trophy Buck Inc. After much prayer and thought on where they wanted to be located, the property in Lytle, Tx. was purchased and plans to build the new facility began. Although some of the dynamics of the business would change, including the addition of meat processing to the taxidermy, the core values of the company will always remain the same, including the business being family owned and operated.

Terry & Ann Jahns

Terry & Ann are the founders and face of Trophy Buck.Their combined expertise includes over 70 years of taxidermy artistry, over 40 years in the meat processing industry, and over a decade in food establishment/restaurant management. Their dedication, prayers, blood, sweat, and tears have laid the foundation for the success of the company and it’s their dreams that have made Trophy Buck a reality.

For decades, Terry & Ann poured their hearts into building their taxidermy business in San Antonio and primarily servicing hill country hunters. Over time, it became evident that the opportunity to grow their business required a huge leap of faith in expanding and moving their business to open a new facility in Lytle. While the move didn’t come without its share of risks and setbacks, Terry & Ann firmly believed that the reward would be greater over time. Since opening the new location in 2016, Trophy Buck has grown hand over fist year after year and is quickly becoming the premiere processing & taxidermy facility for South Texas hunters. Terry & Ann are grateful for every customer that walks through our door and will stop at nothing to provide each customer with an experience that will have them coming back time and again.

Micah & Cayce Jahns

Meat Processing Operations Management
Micah graduated with honors from UTSA with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration in 2011. Upon graduating, Micah worked for Enterprise Rent-A-Car for a year and then left to take an Accounting position with Rackspace where he worked until 2016. Since then, he has worked at Trophy Buck as the Operations Manager overseeing every aspect of the business from start to finish. Since he was in high school, Micah has worked in the family business of meat processing. There’s not a job he hasn’t done or can’t do and he knows the business backwards and forwards. In addition to helping Terry run the business, Micah is the point of contact for all ranch accounts, corporate group hunts, and business marketing of Trophy Buck. Micah is proud of the business he’s helped build and is determined to work tirelessly to make Trophy Buck an industry leader for meat processing & taxidermy in South Texas for years to come.

Cayce has worked at Trophy Buck since we opened the doors in 2016 and had previous experience in meat processing at another company. When she started with Trophy Buck, Cayce was responsible for making our sausage seasonings and packaging of finished meat products. Since then, she has invested herself into learning all aspects of meat processing and the management of our office which has made her a pivotal asset in being able to be utilized in so many different areas of the business. From answering phones and writing up work orders to running our hydraulic stuffer and invoicing, she can do it all. Cayce is as hard of a worker as they come, has a smile that will light up the room, a passion for fanatical customer service, and is a critical component to our success at Trophy Buck.

Levi Weaver

Lead Taxidermist

Levi has worked for Trophy Buck for over a decade and has worked in the taxidermy industry for almost two decades. He has put in countless hours into mastering the taxidermy craft in order to give our clients a high-quality piece of artwork to display in their home or business for others to see and admire. 


His willingness and desire to continuously learn and improve his artistry ensures that each mount that is worked on in our facility is completed with definition and detail that sets us apart from our competition. 


In addition to working as a taxidermist, Levi is the Head Cheerleading Coach at Trinity University. His passion for cheerleading goes much further than the football field or basketball court as he sees his job with Trinity as an opportunity to invest into the girls on his team and make an impact on their lives. Trophy Buck is proud to have Levi as a part of our team, values the knowledge and expertise he brings to our taxidermy business, and appreciates his proven dedication to the success of our company.

Joshua & Jessica Jahns

Taxidermy Operations Management
Joshua graduated from TEEXS Fire Academy in 2011 and started his career as a Firefighter/EMT for the city of Castle Hills in 2012. In an effort to increase his knowledge and skills, Joshua attended UT Health Science Center San Antonio in 2017 and received his Paramedic license. With that license, Joshua chose to advance his career by taking a Firefighter/Paramedic position with the city of San Marcos in 2018. After 3 years of working for the busiest fire station in San Marcos, an opening became available with Castle Hills Fire Department and Josh made the decision to take the position. In doing so, he will be able to retire with same group of guys he started his career with as well as invest more time & energy into the management and growth of Trophy Buck Taxidermy. When he’s not on shift, you can find Joshua working throughout the building at Trophy Buck but primarily in the taxidermy putting his artistic abilities to use. Joshua pays close attention to details and will do whatever it takes to make sure our customers are completely satisfied with their experience at Trophy Buck.

Jessica graduated from UTSA with a Bachelor’s Degree in Education in 2016 and immediately took a job with Comal ISD as an Elementary School Teacher. During her 5 years as a teacher, Jessica established countless relationships with students, parents, teachers, and other staff members at the two schools she taught at. She was awarded Rookie Teacher of the Year in 2016 and her outgoing, fun-loving personality makes her a complete joy to be around. Jessica’s time as a teacher came to an end in 2021 as she took a role with Trophy Buck managing the office with Cayce. While Jessica is new to the dynamics of meat processing and taxidermy, her willingness to learn combined with her experience in establishing organization systems and working with people will ensure our customers are taken care of when they come to see us.