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Purchasing a new piece of machinery for your business can be a scary endeavour. There are 2 unknowns that stick out. The first is if it will pay for itself and secondly if it will work as advertised.
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Hips of beef can be called different things depending on the area you are from. A full hip is more likely to large to place on the machine without it catching. I suggest using a ponderosa hip or a steamship round. Ideally you are looking for a cut of beef that is around 40-80lb in size. Bone in is great for presentation but can make putting on the pole more difficult.
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