We have resupplied on all porky goodness, at least until you fine people buy it all again. We have a few Family Packs available (27 lbs, variety of cuts, $250), and are happy to make you up a box of delicious pork to fit any budget. Take a look at our price lists (above in the title bar) to see what could best suit your family.
We get a variety of breeds of piglet from different small local breeders, and these ones were a Landrace cross, meaning that the meat is a bit more lean than we have had in the past. This is good news for meaty bacon lovers, but not so much for people that enjoy making their own lard. Let us know if you are interested in lard, and I’ll see if I can find you a good bag of pork fat – if not, we’ll have some in our next batch. I usually include a bag of fat with every family pack. Making lard is easy! Lard is full of Vitamin D, and we use it as our main cooking oil.
Our pigs are fed lots of different kinds of food – everything from organic salad mix, to beets, to yoghurt, to chicken. Pigs are omnivores, and do best on a widely varied diet. We also give them a bit of bread and pig kibble, and occasionally cake or pie (they LOVE that). They even get sushi! Our animals eat near- or past-dates food from a grocery store – the food is on the shelves for sale in the morning, in the fridges at the back of the store in the afternoon, and in our truck headed back to the farm for sorting in the early evening. It is more work for us, to feed our animals this way, but both for the quality of the animals and the saving of good food from turning into waste, we believe that it is well worth the effort. If you want to know more about this program, ask a question – I can go on and on about how wonderful it is for small farmers, farm animals, grocery stores, and the planet 🙂