You get what you pay for.Anyone else any thoughts ??
I'm curious, what do they charge for breaking down to steaks, seamed joints, incl vacuum packing please? I'm paying £35/head but it's bulk packed and I then pack it.I generally take my deer to commercial butcher who does the whole job for me at a price! Occasionally I will butcher 3 or 4 a year myself, wouldn’t be more than that , so I’m thinking a couple of hundred quid is probably overkill....but then again, if the cheap ones don’t work it’s just a waste of time and cash.
One guy does sausages and burgers as well as steaks, diced, shanks, loin, and roasting joints etc, and cost varies according to weight of sausages/burgers . I think I paid about £40 ish last time with 20lb of sausages included. Another charges £40 to £50 depending on weight. It’s a few Bob to pay, but saves a lot of time and the final product and presentation is superb ...and so much better than I could do !I'm curious, what do they charge for breaking down to steaks, seamed joints, incl vacuum packing please? I'm paying £35/head but it's bulk packed and I then pack it.
Which Buffalo model? And how is it? I’m torn between CN514 and CC770. Both expensive, but I think I have to bite the bullet.Weird, i have just this minute ordered a Buffalo 300mm off Nesbits.