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"Use what you have"

Non-GMO Fed Berkshire Pork -2017 update!

 

 

 

At this time, we are beginning a new cycle of life, with the birth of several litters of Berkshires, and are now awaiting the arrival of 2 more litters. We have hogs at every stage of development, and 2017 gave us some great sows that are providing food on the table for many in 2018.

 

 

You may have heard of Berkshire pork, it’s on the menu of many fancy restaurants, such as Spagos in Beverley Hills or the French Laundry in California. It is also referred to as Kurobuta – meaning black pig in Japanese (Berkshire pork is very popular in Japan).  That Farming Man of Mine has been participating in several Farmers Markets this year as well as providing pork to area restaurants.  People love this breed of hog for sure. 

 

 

Berkshire pork is a heritage breed of pig, which was discovered over 300 years ago in Berkshire County in the United Kingdom. Berkshire pork is renowned for its richness, texture, marbling, juiciness, tenderness and overall depth of flavor.  It is thought by many to be the Kobe beef of pork. It is said to have a very specific taste, not generic and bland or mild like regular pork.

 

Individual cuts available upon contract with Trew Organic Farms Whole or Half $2.00 per pound hanging weight (plus process fees). We will deliver to customer's choice of local slaughterhouses.

 

Give Bill a call!    Blondie calls Bill That Farming Man of Mine just in case you haven't noticed.  

 

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