Try Elk Meat

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bbarta
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2004/01/07 01:03:37 (permalink)

Try Elk Meat

Want something different. Try super lean and tasty farm raised elk meat. Lets help one another out. I have to many elk and you would like something different. I have a special for the sausage makers. 40 lb boxes of super lean elk trim priced at $2.00 per lb. I have 6 oz. tender loin steaks. 2 per pak $10.00 per pak. Lots of Roast for the jerky makers and or roast lovers.
Have any cuts you want. USDA inspected. Also can have my butcher custom butcher whole elk at an unbelivable low price.
Bruce Barta Fort Shaw Montana
If interested please email me :
email bbarta@3rivers.net
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    UncleVic
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    RE: Try Elk Meat 2004/01/08 14:02:35 (permalink)
    Does it taste like chicken?
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    Michael Hoffman
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    RE: Try Elk Meat 2004/01/08 14:59:15 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by bbarta

    Want something different. Try super lean and tasty farm raised elk meat. Lets help one another out. I have to many elk and you would like something different. I have a special for the sausage makers. 40 lb boxes of super lean elk trim priced at $2.00 per lb. I have 6 oz. tender loin steaks. 2 per pak $10.00 per pak. Lots of Roast for the jerky makers and or roast lovers.
    Have any cuts you want. USDA inspected. Also can have my butcher custom butcher whole elk at an unbelivable low price.
    Bruce Barta Fort Shaw Montana
    If interested please email me :
    email bbarta@3rivers.net

    I'm not fond of farm-raised elk. I mean, there's nothing wrong with it, but I prefer the taste of wild elk. If, however, one can't get his or her own elk, the farm-raised meat is a good alternative to beef.
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    Sundancer7
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    RE: Try Elk Meat 2004/01/09 19:20:57 (permalink)
    I am not sure that I appreciate Bbarta intruding with his commercial post. This forum apparently exist with very little commerical support. The ones that I see apparently pay. They are the ones at the bottom which are tastefully done. If Bbarta posted it with the permission of Roadfood, that is fine, but if he intruded without permission, I personally think that is wrong.

    Paul E. Smith
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    mayor al
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    RE: Try Elk Meat 2004/01/09 20:04:34 (permalink)
    We are looking into it, Paul
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    EdSails
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    RE: Try Elk Meat 2004/01/10 17:02:17 (permalink)
    I say get the Elks Club after him!" />
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