1/4 Pork Bundle

1/4 Pork Bundle

Comes in (1) 36-38 LB Case 2 Cubic Foot of Freezer Space

Each cut is individually packaged and labeled.  Bundle comes in box for easy tansport and is frozen.  2 cubic feet of freezer space is needed. 

$100 deposit charged at time or order, remaining balance charged when packed for delivery. 

*Approximate packages in bundle will be:  

1 Smoked Ham Roast (1 / pkg) (2-4 LB)

1 Spare Ribs (2 pcs / pkg) 

1 Smoked Shoulder Roast (2 lb avg)

2 Ham Steaks (1 / pkg)

4 Smoked Bacon (1LB / pkg)

1 French Cut Pork Chop  (2 / pkg)

 4 Bone In Pork Chops (2 / pkg)

4 Pork Steaks (1 / pkg)

2 Linked Italian Sausage (1lb / pkg)– 

2 Bulk Breakfast Sausage (1lb / pkg)

2 Bratwurst   (1LB / pkg)

*GOOD NEWS! Hogs were large this year so each bundle is averaging between 36-38 LBS all for the same price!

Our pork is naturally more tender and juicy than conventional pork, lower in calories and fat, higher in Omega 3’s, Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA’s) and Vitamin E and Beta Carotene. Our pork is heart healthy, delicious, and comes with natural disease fighting defenses.All smoked product is done “all natural” which means the only nitrates or nitrites that are added in the process are ones that naturally occur in celery salt and beet juice Our pigs are never given any vaccinations or antibiotics, which are immuno-depressant, no growth hormone implants or shots, which are essentially steroids for faster weight gain.

As seasonally available, the pigs are rotated through our lush, green, clover-rich pastures and natural woodlands, helping to produce ecologically enhanced soils which produce highly nutritious forages the pigs feed on in turn producing a premium pastured pork of the highest nutritional quality.During winter months, hogs are raised outdoors in an open ended hoop house which provides them with shelter from the elements and plenty of fresh air and natural sunlight.  Fresh bedding is added weekly and they have free choice access to all the Non Soy, Non-GMO hog feed that they want.  The hogs root in the wood chips and straw making unbelievable compost that we spread on our pastures in the spring.

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