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Old 10-27-2013, 11:48 AM   #31
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Wowwwwww !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
That's awesome!

Just curious, how much is the butcher fee for an entire cow?

Just playing devils advocate here....but do you have back-up power in case the electricity goes out?
Cause that would be a shame if........
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Old 10-27-2013, 12:14 PM   #32
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Wowwwwww !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
That's awesome!

Just curious, how much is the butcher fee for an entire cow?

Just playing devils advocate here....but do you have back-up power in case the electricity goes out?
Cause that would be a shame if........
$411 this time around. The back up plan for a long term power loss is a chitload of Webers, a huge pressure canner, and insurance......
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Wow, now you just need charcoal to go on sale so you can load up. I know I'd be the most popular guy on my culdesac if my freezer looked like that...
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Old 10-27-2013, 12:32 PM   #34
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$411 this time around. The back up plan for a long term power loss is a chitload of Webers, a huge pressure canner, and insurance......
Four hundred dollars!?!? Wow, that's a steal! I'm envious. Big time.
Just a heads-up though....Last time I checked, food that's in my fridge isn't covered.
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Previously, on "Why My Back Hurts"

500# in the freezers of pasture-raised, grassfed, heritage bloodline Hereford. No hormones or bulking feeds, just pure beefy goodness!


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$411 this time around. The back up plan for a long term power loss is a chitload of Webers, a huge pressure canner, and insurance......
82.2 cents a pound.
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