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Old 03-14-2018, 10:05 PM   #1
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Looking for a meat grinder to put on a wedding registry. Need something that will handle doing one or two deer at a time and has a sausage stuffer attachment. Anything else one might need for processing would be appreciated!


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Old 03-14-2018, 10:56 PM   #2
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I have a #12 LEM. That thing will grind meat as fast as you can put it in. You for sure could go down to the #8 and still have plenty of grinder. Get a stuffer also, the 5 pounder is small but they are pricey so just depends on how much you want to spend on one.
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Old 03-15-2018, 12:04 AM   #3
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I like my Cabela's brand #22 grinder. cabela's and LEM both will stuff casings. I'd get a sausage press though if you can.
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Old 03-15-2018, 12:54 AM   #4
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Old 03-15-2018, 01:01 AM   #5
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https://www.amazon.com/KITCHENER-Com...2Bgrinder&th=1

this one is a beast!!!
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Old 03-15-2018, 05:13 AM   #6
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Goto AlliedKenco website. You will see everything you need and want.
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Old 03-15-2018, 05:49 AM   #7
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Goto AlliedKenco website. You will see everything you need and want.
This end of story. If you live close do yourself a favor and just order on line save yourself a lot of money
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Old 03-15-2018, 06:15 AM   #8
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Got a LEM12 too like said above ..fantastic
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Yep just register at Allied-Kenco in Houston and send all your friends and family there to buy your wedding gifts.


You sir are a genius! I wish I would have thought of this back when I got married. That registery stuff was just things my bride wanted.
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Old 03-15-2018, 06:21 AM   #10
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Whatever you get add a foot peddle!

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Old 03-15-2018, 06:37 AM   #11
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https://www.cabelas.com/product/CABE...&gclsrc=aw.dsP
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I have a Lem #5 big bite - does everything I need it to.
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Old 03-15-2018, 08:27 AM   #13
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Cabela's grinders are very stout. I heard the same about LEM and Hobart grinders. All will handle a couple deer at a time. The size of the throat will determine how long you will grind. Bigger intake, less time and larger motor. All have the sausage adapters. All units are very good, depends on the pricing and who is gifting to you. I selected the Cabela's brand, so I can run to the store and get parts or replace items (if needed). Good move on registry. As mentioned a foot petal will help also, provides another hand. I think you can get a cheap one at Harbor Freight....many uses.
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Old 03-15-2018, 08:35 AM   #14
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If you want to stuff off of it, which I prefer, as I hate the hand cranking of a press stuffer with the quantities we do, I'd go with a minimum of 3/4 HP on one of the Cabelas or LEM grinders. I prefer a minimum of 1 HP with a 22 throat for ease of moving meat. If the Amazon one above is true to it's HP reading it looks like a nice one as well. Either of them should last you a lifetime. Buy once cry once.....and even better as a gift from a rich relative..
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Old 03-15-2018, 09:12 AM   #15
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All good info above. I wouldn't go less than 1 horse, but I know a few people who use ĺ without issue. Foot pedal can't be said enough times, especially if you're doing link sausage. I would register for a tenderizer, meat bins, good quality plastic cutting boards (at least 2), a few good boning knives, a mixer, and a good hand held bone saw. Pretty much just find the processing section of a Cabela's ad and go nuts!

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Old 03-15-2018, 11:03 AM   #16
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Thanks for all the info! Gonna do some research on a few brands and see what I can find out. I do like the lifetime warranty aspect of the cabelas brand. And Iíd like to have a reverse just in case I clog it.


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Old 03-15-2018, 11:04 AM   #17
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I picked up one of these this year and it's done 12 deer, a barbary, and a pig for me so far with zero problems,

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I'd get a separate stuffer rather than stuff off the grinder so long as we're dreaming.
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Old 03-15-2018, 11:16 AM   #19
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I'd get a separate stuffer rather than stuff off the grinder so long as we're dreaming.
Agree 100%. I got a Weston stuffer off Amazon - think it holds 7lbs. I made 25 lbs of snack sticks last month and the stuffer was awesome.
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Old 03-15-2018, 11:28 AM   #20
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I'd get a separate stuffer rather than stuff off the grinder so long as we're dreaming.

Man you guys must like a lot of extra work with all that cranking. Stopping every 10-15 lbs to reload (and 7lbs in the guy above me's case) is a PITA when you are doing 200-400plus lbs of sausage....plus it is something else to cleanup We tried the stuffer for a few years when I had a weaker grinder and looked like Popeye after a day worth of cranking. ....bought a 1HP and won't even use a stuffer again.

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Most people aren’t doing 400lbs at a time!
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Old 03-15-2018, 12:12 PM   #22
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If you want to stuff off of it, which I prefer, as I hate the hand cranking of a press stuffer with the quantities we do, I'd go with a minimum of 3/4 HP on one of the Cabelas or LEM grinders. I prefer a minimum of 1 HP with a 22 throat for ease of moving meat. If the Amazon one above is true to it's HP reading it looks like a nice one as well. Either of them should last you a lifetime. Buy once cry once.....and even better as a gift from a rich relative..
This.

1hp with a #22 neck is the way to go.

Done the smaller #5 and #8 neck grinder and separate vertical stuffers. Get the #22 and don't look back.
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Old 03-15-2018, 12:14 PM   #23
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Most people aren’t doing 400lbs at a time!

Ironically my grinder ..... it can stuff 5 lbs too.

Knock yourself out with the separate stuffer. Different strokes for different folks..
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I'm with Smart on not needing a stuffer. Get a kidney plate for your grinder.
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You guys are hardcore! Lol
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Yeah if we were all the same we would drive Chevy's.
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Old 03-15-2018, 04:24 PM   #27
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I have the LEM #12 and love it. Also, you might think about a good vacuum sealer. I use both a lot.
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Old 03-15-2018, 04:36 PM   #28
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For those that dont use a stuffer and prefer to just use the grinder, how do you get your sausage to feed itself through the grinder. I find myself having to use one hand on the casings and the other to force feed the sausage through the machine because it wont wont fall down the throat on its own.
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For those that dont use a stuffer and prefer to just use the grinder, how do you get your sausage to feed itself through the grinder. I find myself having to use one hand on the casings and the other to force feed the sausage through the machine because it wont wont fall down the throat on its own.
A second person usually. I've never used one of the stuffers, but don't you have to use one hand to crank the stuffer?

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A second person usually. I've never used one of the stuffers, but don't you have to use one hand to crank the stuffer?

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I was just looking on the cabelas website and they now offer a foot pedal control motor to attach to sausage stuffer so that you could be hands free/not require a second person. Seems pretty spiffy to me.
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Yeah the foot pedal is the way
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Old 03-15-2018, 06:55 PM   #32
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For those that dont use a stuffer and prefer to just use the grinder, how do you get your sausage to feed itself through the grinder. I find myself having to use one hand on the casings and the other to force feed the sausage through the machine because it wont wont fall down the throat on its own.
The big 1hp grinders that Smart and I have also have an auger attachment that goes into the stuffing horn to keep the meat moving. Works great.

The foot control - love it. When I do sausage, there is one guy feeding meat into the machine, and one guy running the casing and controlling the flow with the foot pedal. Then usually an extra couple guys coiling and linking.
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Any vacuum sealer recommendations?


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The big 1hp grinders that Smart and I have also have an auger attachment that goes into the stuffing horn to keep the meat moving. Works great.



The foot control - love it. When I do sausage, there is one guy feeding meat into the machine, and one guy running the casing and controlling the flow with the foot pedal. Then usually an extra couple guys coiling and linking.


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Before you look into their grinder, check out the LEM grinder!

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Looked at it. Didnít seem to have a reverse and only a 5 year warranty vs Cabelaís lifetime warranty


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Ha ha! I've never needed a reverse. My buddy dropped my best knife in the feed throat once and we got it out without reverse. Both are good grinders. Don't think you'll go wrong with either.

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1hp with a #22 neck is the way to go.

Done the smaller #5 and #8 neck grinder and separate vertical stuffers. Get the #22 and don't look back.
The # refers to the size of the grinder body and plate not the neck.
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The # refers to the size of the grinder body and plate not the neck.
Yep, that's right. I've got the 1hp Cabela's #22 they put on sale a few years ago before going to their current line of commercial grinders.

My dad has had a Hobart #32 for a long time and it's truly a beast.
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This is the one I have. Itís a beast. Itís warranted for grinding raw pet food (small bones, whole chickens, etc.).

I canít over feed it. Itíll grind two entire boned-out deer in less time than it takes to clean it. It doesnít take that long to clean it...


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Man you guys must like a lot of extra work with all that cranking. Stopping every 10-15 lbs to reload (and 7lbs in the guy above me's case) is a PITA when you are doing 200-400plus lbs of sausage....plus it is something else to cleanup We tried the stuffer for a few years when I had a weaker grinder and looked like Popeye after a day worth of cranking. ....bought a 1HP and won't even use a stuffer again.

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Where do you get casings that long?
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Where do you get casings that long?
From sausagemaker.com, where I told yall to buy them.
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I'm with Smart on not needing a stuffer. Get a kidney plate for your grinder.
Kidney plate doesnít help on my 3/4 hp lem.
Itís a pain to stuff casings using my grinder. The stuffer is easier and a lot faster for me.
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From sausagemaker.com, where I told yall to buy them.
None of them on the site say how long the casings are or did I miss something?
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Kidney plate doesnít help on my 3/4 hp lem.

Itís a pain to stuff casings using my grinder. The stuffer is easier and a lot faster for me.


Do you have the plastic auger extender? It is a game changer for the 3/4 HP.
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None of them on the site say how long the casings are or did I miss something?
They don't say. The ones I like are the 35-38mm natural hog casings. $30 for one hank. And the individual casings are loooooong!

https://www.sausagemaker.com/35-38mm...-p/17-1015.htm
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Shouldnít need a reverse unless you get a small grinder.
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Do you have the plastic auger extender? It is a game changer for the 3/4 HP.
I do not. I didn't know LEM offered it.
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Where do you get casings that long?


Sausagemaker.com
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Lmao this too
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