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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    I see exactly what your asking now lib, Im a bit slow at times. lol I process everything myself. Have had the grinder and smoker for a few years. Finally got a stuffer last year. Stuffed with grinder before that which was kind of a pain. I think that is Wyoming antelope sausage!!
    The question made perfect sense to me. I haven't sprung for the stuffer yet, still stuffing through the grinder. It works, but it's definitely more efficient through a stuffer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuazyQuinton View Post
    Post 500!!!
    I'm trying to learn this post padding thing.

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    I usually use high mountain seasonings but I made a seasoning mix of my own last year and it is the best sausage I have ever made! I am very impressed with the Cabelas Italian seasoning I got for xmas too. I had not used theirs before but I really like it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by libidilatimmy View Post
    The question made perfect sense to me. I haven't sprung for the stuffer yet, still stuffing through the grinder. It works, but it's definitely more efficient through a stuffer.
    Made perfect sense to me too after a few posts. lol!

    I would definitely recommend getting a stuffer! It is so much easier and faster with it and after using it I dont know why I waited so long to get it. I got the small one from Cabelas.
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    The Buffalo in the happy hunting ground better look out cuz they got a new dog to keep them in line now. I guess going in your sleep on a nice night laying in 1 of your favorite places under a 65 Ford pickup is about as good as anyone can hope for. Doesnt seem like its been 12 years since she was 6 weeks old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    The Buffalo in the happy hunting ground better look out cuz they got a new dog to keep them in line now. I guess going in your sleep on a nice night laying in 1 of your favorite places under a 65 Ford pickup is about as good as anyone can hope for. Doesnt seem like its been 12 years since she was 6 weeks old.
    Sorry to hear about the pup. Sounds like a pretty good life, though.

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    Sorry to hear that MM. 12 years is a good life for a dog. It's kinda crazy how attached we get to those animals.

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    Been hard to watch her going down hill the last few weeks. Been hard to get her to eat. Wouldnt even eat ground meat or deer sausage the last few days. I think she had a tumor or something in her stomach. I knew it was coming soon. Dug a hole for her my my dog (her best buddy) that went a few years ago and a darn good horse saturday night. She will have good company! Just glad she went peacefully in her sleep.
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    Well, now you get to find a new one and start the journey all over again!

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    Yeah, its very tough watching them go downhill, especially after 12 good years. I agree a new dog is a good idea usually. My parents lost their German shepard that was my dad's shadow a couple weeks ago. They weren't sure if they wanted another one, but I think it is good that they did end up with one.

 

 

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