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Now that I have had a chance to try some more of the canned meats, I am soooo happy with it, it’s top quality, tasty, spiced just right, not too much, not too little, all I can say is WOW! As you should know, I ordered my cans from the Internet-Grocer, and I am very happy with them, I would highly recommend them, I had planned on ordering case quantities of the canned meats, I checked out the label and found out who cans the meats, found their website (they could use an update-hey I can do it, my services are good and I don’t charge an arm and a leg, maybe a few cases each of your canned meats… hint hint hint!) Anyhoo, I contacted the company to ask about case pricing, and it’s not bad at all. Here is what they sent to me, basically their price for ANY of their varieties are the same:

12 cans per case

27 oz
14 oz
Beef Chunks
$63.00
$38.00
Pork Chunks
$63.00
$38.00
Boneless Turkey
$63.00
$38.00
Boneless Chicken
$63.00
$38.00
Ground Beef
N/A
$38.00

That doesn’t include shipping, but if you give them your zip code, they will be more than happy to give you a quote, they got back to me within 24 hours.

These prices are current as of this date, there are no guarantees that the prices (for the product and/or the shipping) will remain the same.

Here is the contact info:

http://www.grabillmeats.com

Grabill Country Meats
13211 West Street
P.O. Box 190
Grabill, In 46741
260-627-3691
info@grabillmeats.com

They accept credit card. debit card, check or money orders. For shipping to my zip code it is $15.70 for the large cans and $11.13 for the small cans, that is per case, they ship UPS. If you are going to be buying case quantities anyhow, it’s cheaper to go directly through them, but the only thing they do is the meats, if you want any of the other things Internet-Grocer carries, you would need to go through http://www.internet-grocer.net.

Wretha

8 Comments

Anonymous the texan said…

Thanks for this information. Are you getting any rain from Dolly? Hope so.

July 25, 2008 5:20 PM

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Anonymous Jackie said…

Thanks for the info on the canned meat. I live in Indiana and will be making a trip to pick up some cases of meat.

July 25, 2008 7:10 PM

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Blogger Wretha said…

The Texan Yup, we are getting some of it, got one more band of rain coming tonight then it is supposed to taper off, may get 1 to 4 inches, we will wait and see.

Jackie Glad you can use the info, I thought it was a good deal, especially if you are going to be buying case quantities anyhow.

Wretha

July 25, 2008 8:15 PM

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Anonymous Anonymous said…

Hey Wretha, this is totally off topic, but here’s the link I asked you about a few weeks ago –

http://hillbilly2be.blogspot.com/

:o)

Karen

July 26, 2008 11:39 AM

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Anonymous seth said…

Hey Wretha, thanks for the info on grabill meats, i’ve gotten a quote from them and my shipping costs to florida are about the same as yours. I’ll be placing an order later today. will be nice to have some prepps started. now i am just waiting for my bulk grains, dryed foods, mylar bags and grain grinder to get here.
Am glad you and Bob had a chance to get out and socialize. It’s good for the soul once in awhile.
Peace out……lol…Seth

July 28, 2008 6:29 AM

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Blogger Wretha said…

Karen
Thanks, I added him back to my links.

Seth
I’m glad the shipping didn’t cost any more… where are you getting your other stuff?

Wretha

July 28, 2008 3:05 PM

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Anonymous seth said…

am getting a grain grinder thru usaemergencysupply.com, mylar bags and oxygen absorbers thru www.frugalsquirrels.com, bulk grains and dryed foods thru internet grocer. I spoke with Patrick @ grabill meats, seems alot of people from your blog have contacted him, was very happy for the business. am still searching some other resources for bulk items. will let you know what i find. ;)

July 28, 2008 8:37 PM

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Blogger Wretha said…

Thanks Seth, I’ll check out those links. Yeah, Patrik with Grabill Meats is a good guy, I am glad they are getting some business from my site, gotta keep this one in business, they are GOOD!

Wretha

July 28, 2008 10:18 PM


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