PORK

 

Our pigs are raised on pasture, organic produce and non-GMO grains.  No hormones, antibiotics or wormers.  Happy and healthy!

Individual Cuts​ 

Bone-In Chops - $14/lb

Spare Ribs - $12/lb

Country Style Ribs - $11/lb

Hocks, Cured - $6/lb

Breakfast Sausage - $10/lb

Chorizo - $10/lb

Ground Pork - $10/lb

Italian Sausage - $10/lb

Ham Roasts, Uncured - $9/lb

Ham Roast, Cured - $11/lb

Shoulder Roast - $11/lb

Sirloin Steaks - $13/lb

Loin Roast - $13/lb

Ham Steak, Uncured - $11/lb

Ham Steak, Cured - $13/lb

Bacon - $15/lb

Pork Belly - $13/lb

Baby Back Ribs - $13/lb

Liver - $9/lb

Heart - $8/lb

Fat/Lard - $5/lb

On-farm pick up or local delivery.

We do not ship at this time.

Call or email to order or visit us at the Carbondale Farmers Market every other Wednesday, starting June 15th through Sept.

 

 

 

CUSTOM PIG SHARES

 

Don't want the hassle of remembering to order and arrange delivery?

Buy once, fill your freezer and have all the pork you want at your fingertips! This is by far the best value you can get for our premium pastured pork. And you get every part of the animal so you can try all the different cuts. We will go over the cutting instructions with you prior to taking the pigs to the processor so that you can customize your cuts.

 

WHOLE PIG  Next available early July 2022 

  • $6/lb hanging weight (approximately180 lbs but varies. You can request a smaller or larger animal and we will try to accomodate)

  • An average whole pig will cost $1080 for an approximate end yield of 140 lbs meat 

  • Curing and link sausage options available for additional per lb pricing

  • $150 deposit

HALF PIG Next available early July 2022

  • $6/lb hanging weight (approximately 90 lbs, though varies by animal)

  • An average half pig will cost $540 for an approximate end yield of 70 lbs meat

  • Curing and link sausage options available for additional per lb pricing

  • $75 deposit

 

 

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We raise our pigs in a non-restricted environment.  In the spring and early summer they get to root around in our cow barn, "pigaerator" style, to aerate the old manure and wood chips and allow for completion of the decomposition process.  The end result is rich compost for the fields and gardens.  Later in the year they are turned out into paddocks where they eat grass, acorns, shrubs and other greens.  What they don't get from foraging, we provide through a high quality non-GMO pig feed ration.