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Meat Grinders?????

Got a new recipe for pheasant burgers with BBQ sauce!!!!!! Also rabbit burgers. I need help asap finding a good, cheap electric meat grinder for light work like rabbit and pheasant. Horsepower, watt, manufacturer, and who sells it etc. Thank You and Happy Hunting!!!

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This sounds tasty. check cabelas or LEM for grinders. If you can't find a small one, get one that could also handle doing venison. I save a ton of money butchering and grinding my own meat.

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Thanks!!!!

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Re: Meat Grinders?????

My wife's uncle uses this one to grind pork for sausage. Seems to work fine.

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If you have a kitchen aid mixer you can buy a grinder attachment. I haven't used one yet but I hear they work good.

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Re: Meat Grinders?????

Just ordered on online at Cabelas 69 bucks. A had grinder will cost you 25.

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How about sharing the recipe?

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rabbit runners beagle cinder can grind a rabbit faster than anything i ever seen.....

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If you have a kitchen aid mixer you can buy a grinder attachment. I haven't used one yet but I hear they work good.

This is what we use. It's pretty handy.

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I am going to have to look into the kitchen aid grinder. Then we could run two at a time.

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