What's next? Ketchup on French Fries?
I have an Amazon special (turbo force) that’s had 2000 pounds or more of meat through it in 7 seasons.
Not just steak but pork chops and chicken too. Heck might as well call it “ Franks” I put that $@&! On everything
I have made 120 lbs of sausage and 150 lbs of burger in one of the $60 Harbour Freight grinders and it worked OK for a one man operation.
I usually figure 30% of live weightI'm sure that I could look it up, but what is the average % of meat that is expected from a deer? I've never weighed it out or really thought about it much
Let me help you out….. I DO NOT WANT TO DO IT…but I will not pay 192 bucks to have it done……they got me once….. but not again!
My wife is a good cook don't get me wrong but she's also a cheapskate will by a tough cut in heartbeat cook the roast with veggies and that's when I bring out some sauce I ain't wasting it but its gotta have little somethingdon't get me wrong,,, A1 has a good taste,,, just not for steaks and such that are PROPERLY cooked,,, now if it's some of my wife's left over steak (cooked "well done") then bring it on!
I don't know why people get so vehement about people that don't care to do it for themselves.
Lots of things I can do for myself, I outsource, at least sometimes.
I can bake a Pizza as easily as ordering one, yet no one would say "just make one yourself!" if I asked where to order Pizza from.
I can launder my own dress shirts, but sometimes some of them go to the dry cleaners.
I can paint my own living room, but given that it's a mess and would take my 2x as long, I'm more likely to hire a painter.
I can change my own oil, but the hassle and mess of storing/getting rid of old oil means I'll take it to a shop.
I can butcher my own deer, but depending on schedules, weather, and other factors, sometimes I'll hire it out.
I just took my deer there on Saturday. They seemed like nice people. I explained to the lady helping me with my order I wasn't sure what I wanted. She took her time with me and explained everything to me. They told me it could be between 7-10 days and I am okay with that.For good people, quality processing, and still at reasonable prices, I have really enjoyed Gammon's Processing for a number of years now. For your basic processing, including skinning/gutting, you are looking at about $75 to $80. Sounds MUCH better than $190 to me.
5573 Oscar Gammon Road