Old-fashioned ‘one-stop operation’ butcher does it all

Issue Date: February 22, 2012
By Lisa Lieberman

In the old days, cattlemen and dairymen would slaughter and butcher their own meat for home use. But these days, they rarely have the time to do it, and large slaughter houses usually won't take only one or two animals at a time.

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