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Pork shoulder roulade with rhubarb, walnuts and sage. Yes it was amazingly delicious and so easy to make, just ask us for the recipe 😊
Here on the farm we raise goats and pigs for meat. They go very well together. To be able to milk goats those does must have babies, and there’s only a limited amount of homes that are interested in buying those baby goats. So, instead, we raise them for meat and make sure they live a great first year with plenty of food and open pasture and a with a quick respectful ending.
Our heritage Kune Kune pigs are great milk and whey eaters, they like to eat grass and hay instead of grains. The pigs are fed organic whey from Crushpad Creamery and any extra milk that we have on the farm, plus foraging for acorns and dropped fruit in our orchard in the fall. They are all organically fed, they get excess veggies from some local farms and all the organic veg trimmings from our commercial kitchen. Their meat is a little darker than conventional pigs and the fat is incredibly delicious and satiating; it is one of the top rated pork meats for chefs, along with the highly prized Mangalitsa pig.
The goats are born in March-April, they spend their first couple of months with their mom growing up on milk and then are switched to a separate pasture where they are raised to either six months or a year old depending on their breed. These animals are very healthy and happy. Organically fed, no grain or medications, just grass and brush. Goat meat is one of the healthiest meats available. Incredibly nutritionally dense and very lean. I usually compare it to buffalo meat or elk. Buying straight from the farmer is a great way to get the freshest meat and the best price possible.
You can also find our meats at Whistling Duck Farmstore, Medford Food Coop and here in Ruch.
Please send us an email to find out availability and arrange to buy meat, also ask for recipe suggestions! I love to help introduce people to new cuts of meat and ideas on how to cook it. firstname.lastname@example.org
Bone in Chop $14/lb, average $15-25 for two
Ground Pork 1lb $9
Shoulder Boneless $11/lb, average $40, enough for a whole family
Uncured Smoked Bacon (no nitrates) 3/4lb packages $12
Belly $9/lb, average is $16
Smoked Hock (no nitrates) $8/lb
Maple Honey Smoked Ham Uncured (no nitrates)$14/lb, average 5lb
Organ Delicacies (tongue, kidney, liver, heart, ears) $3.50/lb, average $2
Leaf Fat (kidney) $6/lb, average $6
Back Fat $5/lb, average $15
Ground Goat 1lb $12
Leg $14/lb average $25
Loin Chop $17/lb, average $14 for two people
Rib Chop $16/lb, average $12 for two people
Shank/Osso Buco $12/lb, average $12
Organ Delicacies (kidney, liver heart, tongue) $3.50/lb, average $1.50
Icelandic Lamb Meat:
Ground Lamb 1lb $10
Shank/Osso Buco $10/lb, average $9