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Half of Rare Breed Pig Box

£150.00

Perfect for winter to pack your freezer with. You will get:

  • Pork Leg (prepared into 4-5 roasting joints)
  • Pork Shoulder (prepared as 4-5 roasting joints)
  • Pork belly slices
  • Pork Belly Roasting Joint
  • Spare Rib
  • Pork tenderloin
  • Pork Steaks 
  • Pork Chops
  • Pork T-Bone Chops
  • Diced Pork
  • 10 x packs of traditional pork sausages 
  • 2 x large packs of sweet cured back bacon
Cut: Half a Pig
Matured: 7 days
Shelf Life: 5-7 days
Serves: n/a

 

MIN WEIGHT: 20kg

    All orders are delivered on either Thursday, Friday or Saturdays each week to ensure your delicious pork arrives fresh. You will receive an email with your delivery date. All orders are packaged in special woolcool packaging, click here for more information.

     

    Storage

    Keep in fridge and use by the date on the label. Freeze if you do not plan to use within 2 days. Once frozen defrost thoroughly and eat within 24 hours. Do not refreeze once thawed. Unable to freeze eggs and/or mushrooms. Keep these in the fridge for longevity. 

    A special kind of pig farming...

    Our pork comes from pedigree British Saddleback pigs who have been used to help conserve and restore woodlands throughout the North West.

    Since 2012, Conservation Pigs Ltd. has been providing traditional woodland management services using pigs in woodlands and landscapes throughout the North West. The pigs roam woodlands clearing the land, creating natural seedbeds and most importantly have loads of fun from birth. 

    Our pigs live a natural life free of antibiotics and growth hormones. They are treated using herbal remedies wherever possible and have a balanced diet consisting of over 20 different ingredients that naturally occur in the woodland. The pigs are not organic (but are reared to standards far exceeding the 'organic' model), as we would have to use an organic registered abattoir which would require the pigs to travel further making it stressful for the pigs and not sustainable. 

    If you want to see the pigs foraging for yourself, check out www.conservationpigs.co.uk to find out where they are currently working.

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