Located in Sainte Marie, Illinois

Hartrich Meats is the place to go for all your meat needs
including grilling, snacking, entertaining and processing.

Hartrich Meats is a family owned, State of Illinois inspected business that uses traditional, time-honored methods of meat processing to offer you the best retail cuts and custom processing in the area.  Customers enjoy our friendly, informed staff and our many award winning products including the original pork burger!  Hartrich History >

Custom Processing of Beef, Pork and Deer
Beef and Pork by the Half, Quarter or Cut

WE SPECIALIZE IN:

  •  Our own beef by the half or quarter. Cut the way you want. 

  •  Pork from local farms by the half. 

  •  Handcrafted bratwurst, sausages and patties. 

  •  Best ground beef around. 

  •  Marinated chicken breasts. 

  •  Smokehouse specialties: Bacon, Ham, Ribs, BBQ, Pork Loin and Chicken. 

  •  Retail cuts of Beef and Pork. 

  •  Deer Processing including Sausages and Slim Jims. 

  •  Custom Processing: beef, pork, lamb and goat. 

  •  Catering – Full Service. 

  •  Smokin Bros. Grill Sales (Wood Pellet) 

  • We accept Debit, Credit & LINK

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    4 days ago

    Hartrich Meats Inc.

    We have all models set up for you to check out. Stop by!Who grills no matter what the weather is?? ❄🌨☃

    Smokin Brothers Pellet Grills are a year round, grill in anything kind of weather smoker! Built from heavy gauge American steel, and add in the double wall insulation on our Premier models, you can rest assure grilling in July is just as easy as grilling in a snow storm! No need for thermal blankets or wind shields for our grills! 🌨❄☃⛄

    Check us out today at www.smokinbrothers.com 🇺🇸🔥
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    2 weeks ago

    Hartrich Meats Inc.

    FYI: the Jasper county school tax that your voting on today will just be added to catering, grills, and pop and candy at our store. There seemed to be some confusion on what will be taxed ... See MoreSee Less

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