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cpj wrote: »
I do it myself.
A. I'm cheap
B. All I pretty much do is grind the whole deer anyhow. No skill involved in dropping chunks O meat into a grinder.
C. I KNOW that MY deer is the one I am getting.
D. I KNOW that I washed my hands after pooping, before butchering said critter.
E. I'm cheap.
Deer butchering runs in the 80 dollar range around here. And that is only "butchering". If you want summer sausage or jerky made, you can easily double that price. Its not worth the money to me to pay someone to do it. I spent about 150 bucks getting my grinder put together, and it has already paid for itself many times over.
Plus, I enjoy it. I load the ammo that shot the deer, I shot the deer, I process the deer. I like not having to rely on other people. And as far as making sausage and jerky, thats something that me and the kiddos love doing together. :up:
farm boy wrote: »
I have always done my own its not hard. We process our own pigs ever year too. I have helped to build one grinder similar to cpj's. Ours was better :tooth: because we used a three speed lawn mower transmission, reverse makes clean up a snap.
Wambli Ska wrote: »
Once again, please refrain from cutting short any baseless totally emotional arguments with facts. It leads to boring, completely objective conversations well beyond the comprehension ability of many.
snake284 wrote: »
For my point of view, cpj is a lot like me
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