What do you want to know?

We’ve recently updated our Pastured Pork page. A new goal I have is to help make ordering and using larger portions of meat (or splitting half a hog with friends) more user friendly. One way I hope to do this is by providing recipes and meal ideas for the various cuts of meat. Another is by providing information on what a half hog contains. I could use your help. What would like to know about when considering half a hog or a quarter beef or a whole chicken? Do you want resource links or would you rather I break down the whole process here? Is it recipes you need or how-to information? Maybe I’m not even asking the right questions. Could you please comment here or send me a quick email/message on Facebook for ideas?

And in case you missed the information on our November delivery dates to the Minneapolis/Fridley/St. Paul area, here’s a link to our most recent newsletter:

Click here if you’d like to see information on November deliveries…

We look forward to providing nutritious meats and veggies for you all in the future and hope to give the information that can help you use it well.

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A little throwback to our first summer on the farm in 2013. 

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One thought on “What do you want to know?

  1. How to use all the cuts that will come with a half a hog would be great. I have shied away from getting a 1/2 partly because I don’t know what will come with that or what to do with all of it! Knowing how to spit it with someone else would also be nice to know. Recipes are great! One of my favorites from you is the Asian Pork Tenderloin. I make that regularly because it tasty – and super easy! It’s nice to be able to print the recipe.

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