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Half Pork Share Deposit $200

Half Pork Share Deposit $200

Regular price $200.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $200.00 USD
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Local Pickup / Delivery Only

Sorry, but we are not shipping at this time. We offer local pickup or delivery within 50 miles of our ranch at 710 Fort Casey Road, Coupeville Washington 98239


Per Pound: __$6.00_____per pound of hanging weight 
When you part up a live animal you can expect loss. When butchering a hog please anticipate 68-70% of that as the take-home product. 


  • 13 lbs - 1” bone in Pork Chops (23 Pork Chops Total)

  • 4 lbs - Spare Ribs

  • 9 lbs - Ground pork

  • 15 lbs - Fresh Ham (Can cure if desired, add $$ for curing)

  • 8 lbs - Fresh Pork Belly (Can cure & slice into bacon if desired, add $$)

  • 6 lbs - Shoulder Roast (aka. Picnic Roast)

  • 4 lbs - Shoulder Steaks

  • 4 lbs - Country Style Ribs

  • 5 lbs - Stew/Soup Bones

  • 8 lbs - Fat (Great for making lard or feeding to dogs and chickens.)

  • 10 lbs - Extras: Head, Offal

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About Our Pork

Pasture Raised heritage breed pork. No Antibiotics, No soy, No Corn, Non-GMO.
  • Raised on pasture - free to roam, root and forage
  • Heritage breeds are known to produce the best flavor 
  • In addition to pasture, our hogs are supplemented with a non-gmo corn-free, soy-free grain - no hormones or drugs ever 
  • Frozen & vacuum sealed to preserve freshness

1902 Pasture Raised Pork

The saying "pork, the other white meat" (aka pale pink) is non-existent in our vocabulary. Our pork has unmatched flavor, dark red in color and well marbled - the type of pork high-end restaurants are after. We do this by choosing "old world" heritage breeds, and put them in an environment they were designed to be raised in, either on pasture where they can forage on grasses, and roots whatever their snouts find with plenty of room to move in the sunshine, and supplemented with a NON-GMO grain. When you raise pigs the way Bart and I do, you don't have to give them growth-promoting drugs. Drugs and crammed barns are necessary to keep the price of grocery store pork low (yes meat is a commodity.. isn't that crazy?), and that is what many people want. We believe in providing a choice to those who value flavor, your health, and animal welfare first.

- Brooke