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Post by Rick » Mon Nov 17, 2014 16:04

While doing a search on specialty casings, I found these folks.

Natural Casing Company
P.O. Box A
410 E. Railroad St.
Peshtigo, WI 54157

Anyone know anything about them? Do they sell to us home sausage makers?

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Post by Bob K » Mon Nov 17, 2014 16:34

Rick -
You could contact them but it looks like they sell to large manufacturers.

I have been looking for these casings for a long time .........they are how liver and other wursts were cased in the (not so) old days.

http://www.naturalcasingco.com/products/
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Post by Bob K » Mon Nov 17, 2014 18:29

Never tried those Rick but the natural Genoa casings from them are great....but pricy
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Post by rudyusmc1980 » Mon Nov 17, 2014 21:31

I have heard on other sites that they do sell to us. But they don't do any web ordering you have to call
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Post by Bob K » Tue Nov 18, 2014 13:38

Thanks! Rudy
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Post by Africantanman » Mon Jul 20, 2015 13:33

Hello good people! :mrgreen:
I know that I am on the OTHER side of the world to most of you on this forum but I am in need of help if there are any of you out there in South Africa.

While my salamis are hanging and a few weeks out from being done I want to turn my attention to making coppa/capocolla. I've found myself some fine acorn fed pork but trying to find a beef bung or even collagen casings of the required size is proving IMPOSSIBLE!

I'd be grateful for any help or advice I could get from all of you Charcuterie mavens!!
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Post by crustyo44 » Mon Jul 20, 2015 21:18

Try UMAi bags for a starter if they are available in SA or Banquet bags in Australia, available from www.smokedandcured.com.au.
Both bags are manufactured by the same Danish factory. Both suppliers ship worldwide.
I have used them with great success for Coppa, Loin and Bresaola.
Message me you email address.
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Post by JerBear » Fri Aug 07, 2015 06:15

I order from Natural Casing Co regularly and while I've been using the casing in a commercial setting I didn't set up an account, just called and ordered. They're super friendly and helpful and I don't hesitate to recommend them.

Butcher and Packer also sells great stuff, have ordered from them and had no issues.

Most recent order of semi custom casings was from http://www.butcherspantry.com Same as other two, no issues!
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