Whole hog $400.00 or half hog $225.00 each

Naturally and Humanely raised with no antibiotics or hormones.  Fed on a commercial hog feed and supplemented with plenty of extras including:  Raw cows milk, whey left over from cheese and yogurt making,  produce from our garden including pumpkins, zucchini, carrots, spinach, beets, beans etc.  Salad mix, lettuce, kale, fruit, stale baked goods including doughnuts, pastries, bread.  Clean kitchen scraps (not table scraps) which include melon rinds, fruit and vegetable peels, etc.   They are not fed any meat.

Buyer to pay all butcher/processing charges which varies according to what you want and how you want it cut or prepared, bulk sausage, links, etc.  Hanging carcass weight on hogs is generally around 250 lbs. Processing is charged by the pound and generally costs around $225 for a whole hog.  Buyer will need to pick up the frozen pork directly from the butcher in Loveland.  A whole hog will take up most of  a 7 cubic foot freezer.


UPDATE for 2020

I LOVE raising hogs and having a freezer stocked with sausage, bacon, pork chops, pork roasts and ham.  However….hogs are very destructive and I currently don’t have any hog-proof pens on my farm.  Eventually we will build a permanent hog pen and resume raising them every year, But it’s pretty low on the “to do” list.  I suspect it will be at least 2 more years before I have anything available for purchase.