About Us

The Boilermaker Butcher Block is a state inspected meat plant, and all products are BOAH Inspected and Passed. Our staff is comprised of Blaine Brown, manager, and Gary Waters, meat cutter, with student employees filling our labor needs. This gives students valuable hands-on experience, which makes them very marketable in the meat industry. Our main purpose is to provide materials for education and research. Therefore, all of our products are available in limited quantities based upon the needs of education and research.
 

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Laura Kerr
lrkerr@purdue.edu
Land O'Lakes, Inc. Center for Experiential Learning
720 Clinic Drive
West Lafayette, IN 47907
765-494-8285

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