Professional Butcher Explains Butcher Gear – What You Need, What You Don’t
In this video learn all of the needed gear for an on farm butcher shop!
Checkout Jamie Waldron at https://www.jwaldronbutchers.com/
and follow his instagram account – https://www.instagram.com/j.waldron_butchers/
GET 20$ OFF A COOLBOT UNIT, turns an air conditioned room into a walk in meat locker – https://storeitcold.referralrock.com/l/WWF4ZZ62/
6 inch Victorinox Semi Flex Blade -https://amzn.to/2PsfKiY
10 Inch Breaking Knife – https://amzn.to/2DossZR
22 inch Bone saw – https://amzn.to/2PvKm35
Giant Plastic Ones – https://amzn.to/38D4aa1
STEEL – https://amzn.to/2BJJots
JAMIE’S GRINDER CHOICE – https://amzn.to/3cHkqud
Chainmail Apron – https://amzn.to/2ZSybhU
No Cut Elbow Glove – https://amzn.to/2Z7CgQm
Recently we found out we needed to butcher one of our cows. Currently it is very hard to find a small family run butcher shop that can take our animals. All the smaller scale butcher facilities are all booked a year out now, and any last minute emergency stuff like this cant be fit in.
So we decided it was time to setup an on farm butcher facility.
What do you need to setup an on farm butcher facility? What do you need to process everything from chickens to cows?
One of Homesteady’s favorite butchers, Jamie Waldron, is coming on the Homesteady Pioneer’s Live from the Barn show to answer that very question!
Jamie will be talking about setting up a homestead butcher facility, and he has put together a very helpful list, one that includes “MUST HAVES” and then a list of “LUXURIES” that you could add later.
This interview is specifically for the Homesteader, not some large scale farm business operation, and I think it is one you will not want to miss if you raise (or hope to raise someday) your own meat.