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My wife has a Kitchen Aid and grinder attachment and we used that for a couple of years on elk, venison and big horn sheep. It was adequate, but slow and we needed to do it together to speed things up. We were always afraid of burning it out.
Then I got a 1 hp grinder from Cabela’s. What a machine! Grinds 10 pounds a minute, easy to set up and operate and to clean. I’m sure you’ll be happy with a dedicated grinder, provided it has enough power. Mine is way overkill, but boy does it work.