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The foundation for Jack Link’sTM was set in the 1880s when Chris Link came to America from the old country and settled in the Northwoods of Wisconsin. He didn’t bring much with him, but he did bring his family’s sausage recipes. Talk about applaudable priorities.
Soon his sausages and smoked meats became a legend. It was all anyone could talk about (or so we hear).
Continuing the family tradition of taking meat very, very seriously, Chris’ son, Earl Link, later opened Minong’s first general store and butcher shop.
In 1916, Earl had a son named Wolf Link who lived in the meat business from day one. Despite his predatory name, Wolf grew to be a successful cattleman, raising the finest beef in all the land.
Raising cattle was one thing. But his greatest accomplishment was raising his son, a boy named Jack Link.