Kitchener #32 Meat Grinder with Stuffer
Don't buy it
This grinder will not effectively grind venison. It is made in China. The tolerance between the auger and the grinder body are too large and sloppy. On the one I bought (and will return to Northern Tool) there was so much space between the auger and grinder body that the meat could not be effectively driven through the grinder plate. It would not feed the meat (venison). I had an older #32 made about 60 or 70 years ago that was perfect because it was made well. Do not buy this as it will disappoint you. Also the grinding handle had a wooden handle that freely turns when you rotate the grinder. That will pinch your hand if you don't wear gloves!
November 11, 2013
This unit very well built compared to any other I looked at. The price is also great. I would choose the electric version if I did it again. It comes with NO instructions on use. So google meat grinding basics if you're new to this, before you start!
August 20, 2012
Kitchener #32 Meat Grinder
We raw feed multiple dogs and bought this grinder to grind bone in chickens. It does a fabulous job crunching through the bones and there is no motor to worry about burning out, just a well exercised arm. We have also ground bone in turkey with this and been very pleased.
We bolted this grinder to a block of wood which is then clamped to the work surface with our own C clamps. It is easy to unbolt the grinder to wash it.
I have recommended this grinder to my raw feeding friends as it is well worth the reasonable cost, and have been using mine bi-weekly for over a year with no problems at all.
July 15, 2011
This grinder is a wonderful heavy duty product that proves you do not have to have a pricey power grinder to make great sausage. My grandson and I made venison sausage this past winter and everyone loved it.
Nothing like using a little muscle to save energy.
Everyone is talking about how to cut costs. This product is one way to save on a lot of ground meat products. Make your own!!
Keep selling great reliable products.
September 13, 2010
I purchased your meat grinder last deer season. The thing works great. It had my deer ground up in no time. Even the sinew. I'd had electric grinders in the past that would plug up with tendon and sinew. It was more trouble to grind the meat than it was worth. Not so with this bad boy. Not only would I recommend this to a friend, I have on numerous occasions. Thanks again.
November 18, 2008
This item is easy to use and grinds meat well for great sausage. You can also order more grinding plates for this grinder for different size of meats like chili meats and fine ground sausage meat and even for regular ground meat size. This is a very durable grinder
January 22, 2008
Meat Grinder with Sausage Stuffer
I suggest getting the pulley wheel so you can use a motor to run the unit, I received a good workout grinding my buck by hand. Use the larger grinder plate to grind because the outer membrane on the deer meat is tough and tends to plug the holes often. This product is easy to assemble and disassemble making cleaning easy. You should also get the product to help push the meat into the unit to insure proper operation. To make it easier for us older out of shape hunters get the kids to assist you, this will also show the kids how to process their own meats.
January 15, 2008
Meat/Sausage Grinder Stuffer
I always used to use a friend of mine's stuffer at least twice a year to make my Italian sausage and it was starting to be a pain for him as he got older to haul his around. So my wife saw this one on your wed site one day and surprized me with it and it's been fantastic. My friend is happy and so am I it does a great job and fast. So if you like to make your own sausage get one of these and make everyone happy.
October 29, 2007
Northern Industrial Tools Meat Grinder With Sausag
I was tired of buying run of the mill sausage at the local grocery stores so I decided to by a grinder and stuff sausages myself. The grinder/stuffer works very well if you don't mind spending the time grinding. The big thing that I have to mention has nothing to do with the grinder at all, but the customer service of Northern Tools. I got the grinder and tried to assemble the handle but it didn't fit. I gave it a little tap with a hammer to try to seat it and it broke. I wrote a less then nice email to Northern Tools, which I'm sorry about, and they replaced the handle within a number of business days. Thanks Northern Tools! Back to the grinder......I ground 20lbs of meat in an hour or so and stuffed it the next day. It worked pretty well.
July 10, 2007
very strong no motors to burn out,works excellent . I have been using for 2 years and i'm very happy. Bought 2 more for my friends. When you have large Quantity of meat to grind this is definately the one you need.We went throu 4 different manual and electric grinders before this one.
January 13, 2007