PACKING A WHOLE BULL FOR THE FAMILY FREEZER

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In yesterday’s video, we broke down 330kg of grass-fed beef for the family freezer, and today we need to pack that in vacuum-sealed packs as well as mince and cut up meat for stewing. It’s a lot of work, but then again it’s really not when you consider that it’s enough beef for ourselves and our farm team for an entire year. Not to mention, beef of unparalleled quality.

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Richard

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  1. Gav

    Curious as to how you view the lifecycle of all the plastic packaging utilised for the meat and its storage. Are there any viable alternatives from petrochemical derived plastic which you have been looking into? Butchering has been around a lot longer than what is practiced with the current methodology and while the benefits of plastic vac sealed, frozen meat obviously has a lot of benefits there is a tremendous amount of by product with consequent ramifications. There are two waste to energy plants being constructed here and not all the domestic waste will go to them so it is likely to be buried, not a great outcome. Is it treated differently where you are? Thanks for all the content.

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