This is a 50% deposit to reserve HALF of a hog.*
The balance will be due when you pick up your pork at the Oklahoma Donkey Dairy in Luther, Oklahoma. Pork pickup will be early November.
WHY FORESTED PORK?
Our happy pigs are rotated through our woods frequently for fresh forage and supplemented with 100% Organic feed. Although it is very labor intensive to move our pigs to new forest paddocks on a regular basis, it is necessary in order to keep them naturally healthy and free from parasites and disease, the way God intended.
"Pork with real flavor...comes from pigs in a woodlot. Turned out to roam a forested area with proper oversight, pigs can root up invasive plants, devour flora and fauna, and rejuvenate a woodlot ecosystem. This time spent outdoors feasting on varied foraged items changes the flavor and texture of the meat, making woodlot pork a whole new dining experience." ~Hobby Farms.com
To Purchase Our Pork:
You can purchase as many half hog shares as you would like. If you want a whole hog, make sure you place deposits for two halves! (1/2 + 1/2 = the whole hog! :)) We have an extremely limited number of pigs this year, if ours are already sold out, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to connect you with another ethical organic farmer raising their pigs the right way.
The butcher’s fee varies based on how you want your pork processed. (Ex. Sausage costs more than ground pork.) Butchering costs typically add about $1.00 per pound carcass weight.
It is your responsibility to fill out this form in this link to the butcher with your cut selections prior to October 26th —set a reminder on your calendar! Below is a chart with popular pork cuts for reference. After you make your cut selections you will pay us the butcher fee so we can pay the butcher when we pick up your pork.
*ALL DEPOSITS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE (unless your pig is abducted by aliens, sequestered by the government, or comes to a tragic end in the belly of a bear...in which case, we’ll give a full refund.)
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