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Meat Grinder #6953271
11/09/17 08:04 PM
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I want to start processing my own deer and would like to know what the best brand meat grinder is out there. Looking to spend around 300 bucks. Thanks

Re: Meat Grinder [Re: PolishTexan] #6953292
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We have used a #32 hand crank for 30 plus years. The "motors" are a little worse for the wear, but it keeps on working. Sometimes you can pick them at junk sales, but for around $50 you can get a new one. Northern Tool has one on sale for about $40, that has a pulley on it that you can add your own motor or crank it by hand. https://www.northerntool.com/shop/tools/product_200680777_200680777



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Re: Meat Grinder [Re: PolishTexan] #6953298
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I have a 0.5 hp commercial grade from Cabelas.

Only takes 1 beer to grind an entire deboned deer. It spits out ground meat as fast as I can feed it. I've been using it for 4-5 years now and I love it.

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I think I have a game winner No12. I can grind 30 pounds in 30 minutes or less.


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Re: Meat Grinder [Re: PolishTexan] #6953571
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I got one at northern tool a few years back. I have ground up about 12 deer and 3 hogs and never had any problems with it. It was like $99 back then. No. 12.

Re: Meat Grinder [Re: PolishTexan] #6954271
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Step up to the ~$400 range and look at the 3/4 hp commercial models. LEM Big Bite #12, Cabela's house model, Weston




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Re: Meat Grinder [Re: PolishTexan] #6954442
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Hobart is the best, but expensive. Go by Academy and check out the LEM's. They make a good grinder. Or check out the web site...
http://www.lemproducts.com/


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Re: Meat Grinder [Re: PolishTexan] #6954456
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I've had the Cabelas 1horse for years....I'd say it's paid for itself. I've made all sorts of great things with it. Now days I just grind my venison and it's still going strong.

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