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    I've been ordering Hi Mountain directly from them.
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    I didnt plan that far ahead LOL. Cabelas usually has a good stock of them. Im not sure whats going on this year? Selection was limited in Oct when I got my antelope and its alot worse now.

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    While I switched over to jerky today. Ended up making a couple lbs each of mesquite and black pepper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    I didnt plan that far ahead LOL. Cabelas usually has a good stock of them. Im not sure whats going on this year? Selection was limited in Oct when I got my antelope and its alot worse now.
    I saw some Hi Mountain Jerky Marinade yesterday at our local WalMart. Kinda surprised me as I didn't know they carried any of the Hi Mountain stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    I saw some Hi Mountain Jerky Marinade yesterday at our local WalMart. Kinda surprised me as I didn't know they carried any of the Hi Mountain stuff.
    I'm using the high mountain jerky spice mix that I use as a rub. Wife and kids love it!

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    I've used the High Mtn. and enjoy it. I recently used LEMs Pepper Snack Stick kit and they turned out really good. 5lb. ground pork 20lb. mule deer. Also did some elk brats and they were 80% ground pork to 20% elk. The brats were also good but pretty lean for a brat.

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    I just finished 30lbs of burger and 30lbs of sausage. I used the Hi Mtn. Breakfast sausage mix. Came out really good.

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    http://www.hicountry.com/products/jerky-seasonings/

    I've used High Mountain seasoning packages before to make jerky and sausage and they are all very good. I mostly use Hi Country mixes made in Lincoln Montana as I really like their products also. Both make excellent mixes, you just have to try some from both and see which tastes better to you. You can order the Hi Country mixes on-line. They also have a trophy board that is on the web-site you can post your hunting pictures on which is pretty neat.
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