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Pasture Raised Pork

Fresh and For You!

Our process for raising pork is time, and labor intensive. The meat from grass fed pigs is higher in omega 3 fatty acids. It’s also more marbleized than traditional grown pork, with a deep red color and a sweeter flavor. As such it is not a cheap product.  We generally charge $3.50/lbs for the hanging weight. Our pigs approximate hanging weight is between 150lbs and 200lbs. Butcher fees are paid by purchaser at time of pick up.  The butcher fees are $0.85/lb, and $40 kill fee. Minimum of total price $175 including kill fee. You can pick up directly from the butcher at their facility when it is complete.  Sugar Creek Meat Processing in Old Fort, TN is the butcher we use. Before we deliver the pig to them you must fill out a cut sheet that we provide, so they know how you want your meat prepared. To reserve a pig, we request a non-refundable deposit per whole pig of $300 or $100 for a half pig. The remainder of the balance is due before pick up from butcher (this is only the payment for the actual pig, this payment is not towards the butcher fees).  If you would like your ham or bacon cured you can do it yourself, or the butcher will cure the bacon for a small fee.  They do not cure ham, I just get mine ground into sausage. Here is a link for                        Here is a link for                    or you can search for one you like. Freezer space rule of thumb is 1 cu. ft. per 35 pounds of meat. So, half pig would need about 2.5 cu. ft. a whole pig would need about 5 cu. ft.  You should keep in mind that this would mean you have just enough room to stuff everything into the freezer, and it would be difficult to sort or find anything. More room is always better so you can find cuts easier. Buying a half/whole pig at bulk prices is by far the most cost effective way to get great tasting, all natural pasture raised pork. If you would like to purchase pasture pork please fill out the order form below. For payments we accept  Cash or Check (only for down payment, not for final payment). Final payment has to be cash.

Pasture Raised

All pigs are rotated on fresh pasture in the summer. They are given plenty of alfalfa hay in the colder months.  We do supplement with a blend of grain and minerals, but only to ensure that our pigs get the proper nutrition. They do eat mostly grass, but cannot survive on grass alone. They drink out of nipples connected to a barrel, so there drinking water is always clean.

Happy Pigs Make
Better Pork

  Our pigs run around and play with each other. They lay in the warm sun,  and wallow in cool mud puddles. They have a covered shelter to cuddle up in, or get out of the elements.  Our pigs are never penned up in a small confined area. They are free to almost do whatever they want.

Hormone & Preventative Antibiotic Free

We never use hormones, steroids, or non-therapeutic antibiotics on any of our pigs, and try to use natural remedies if a problem arises. If natural remedies don't work, we use veterinarian medicine, this is very rare.

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