Kirby Meat Mixer

Discussion in 'Slicers, Grinders, Tools, Equipment' started by stjoeguy1122, Feb 3, 2013.

  1. I have seen several posting on here about the Kirby Meat Mixer, I have done several searches but can't find any info on where to purchase the parts I can't make myself, the paddle.

    does anyone have a way of ordering this?


  2. Hey Bob - get hold of Nepas. He knows Kirby & can let you know what's up  [​IMG]
  3. thanks!
  4. hank2000

    hank2000 Smoking Fanatic

    Old thread I know but was wondering if anyone has used this meat mixer I would love to have one but I really want to know how hey work before I try to buy one or make one.
  5. I ended up going with a 20# LEM meat mixer.
  6. hank2000

    hank2000 Smoking Fanatic

    I thought about that but 5 or 10lb is all I do at one time
  7. I don't usually do 20#'s. Normally 10#'s or so. Mixer seems to work great at 10#
  8. I bought one from Kirby last November. It works great! I got his "Medium" which is maked out of a 5 gallon bucket and will mix up to 36 lbs.
  9. hank2000

    hank2000 Smoking Fanatic

    Ok thanks how do I get in touch with him
  10. I just sent you a PM with his email address.
  11. Looking for a good meat mixer that can handle at LEAST a 20# batch at a time.

    36# would be even better.   I'd like to know more about that 'Kirby' mixer!  

    Any help is appreciated! 
  12. bkleinsmid

    bkleinsmid Smoking Fanatic

    I got my 5 gal size about a year ago. It works great for 20 to 40 lb batches. Two to three min mixing and it is ready to go to the stuffer.

    FYI........use a 3/4" drill or larger with lots of torque. My 1/2" would heat up.

    I can also recommend his water stuffer.

  13. So, what's the best way to begin the process of acquiring one of those?

    5-gal sounds about right to me!

  14. dwoodul

    dwoodul Newbie

    Im wanting to get one of the kirby mixers. Anyone have info?
  15. I did get a 7-gal mixer setup from Kirby!

    Looks real good!  I will be using it for the first time tomorrow.

    Not making MUCH sausage, only 40# (25# summer, 15# polish),

    so won't be working it out too heavily, but I'm expecting good things!

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