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    hog processing?

    Do you guys process your own or do you have meat processor do it for you?

    What do use to cure your own ham and bacon?

    What about sausage?
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    http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/cb/cb.aspx?a=703108

    I'm thinking about doing it myself...

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    Amish butcher .

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    We process our own... Even the sausage.
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    Cure recipes?
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    all in house. no ham, no bacon.

    have the same saw el lanton posted, only from grizzly. use to cut steaks only, have a different seperate grinder for burger and sausage/kiebasi/soupie/pepperoni/whatever.

    pigs are easy, try cutting up a 2000lb bufalo. that takes some doing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deth502 View Post
    all in house. no ham, no bacon.

    have the same saw el lanton posted, only from grizzly. use to cut steaks only, have a different seperate grinder for burger and sausage/kiebasi/soupie/pepperoni/whatever.

    pigs are easy, try cutting up a 2000lb bufalo. that takes some doing.
    I bet it is.
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    We don't do any curing... Sounds like something to try though!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RJ Shooter View Post
    We don't do any curing... Sounds like something to try though!!!!
    I'm trying to gear up for home processing this coming season. I want to learn cure my own harvest and cut out the meat processor although I do not mind fueling the local economy where I hunt. I cannot get these guys to make a peppered smoked ham or peppered bacon.
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