They apparently lost all my data as I was unable to reset my password. I tried several times and never got the email to do the reset. So I had to re-register my email address.
Strange that I did not loose my account in the Meatgistics site.
Buy it and ship it to me.
scott farm well what is it used for? Other than chopping…
Tex_77 i want one for making hotdogs
it would depend on how much emulsified product you intend to make or how much you can resale it for ?
Hobart Buffalo Chopper
A buffalo chopper is ideal for processing meats, vegetables, fruits, and more into Deli delisalads, sausage, cole slaw, and dips! Designed with toughness and versatility in mind, this heavy-duty food processor can help you add new items to your menu with its impressive skillset and various attachment options (sold separately).
Tex_77 For that I would even wear am orange cap!
for that price you could put a couple hundred in it and still double or triple your investment on a resale
Here are pictures
Tex_77 it’s even 115V, practically in your back yard, even accepting offers!
That said it looks like it’s been out of action for a while.
I would really check it out first, maybe figure out how to test it under some kind of load
Pretty big for a paper weight :grinning:
glen that’s my concern.
Tex_77 Thus would be great for venison also beef. I make all kinds of venison, burger, snack sticks, hot dogs, brats… I would really like this
make a few inquires about the model to the manufacture and availability of parts and service for it and expected value ask if it works
Tex_77 well worth the investment. Especially if you’re handy
They say it works, and just needs wiped down.
Tex_77 100% i’d go get it, great for hotdogs and pulled pork plus can be used as a grinder/emulsifier though I am not the strongest on this we do have some knowledge to help you with questions
Tex_77 I’d Buy it and keep it, but you could buy it and make 10x your money reselling it.
Does anyone know, can a grinder attachment be added to this?
Tex_77 Some quick searches and I doubt you will find a grinder attachment, but as Johnathan pointed out I think you can process the meat with the cutter to get the consistency you would with a grinder. Instead of using a plate for the particle size I’m guessing processing time would dictate size/consistency. I have always wanted one after having to manually chop 60 butts for a fund raiser. It would make cured sausage easy too. I’m telling ya I would buy one for a $100 today if I found one. Those people clearly have no idea what they have.
This is the first one that came up on my search. Mind that price tag.