A half of a hog provides a great variety in 60-70 pounds of meat. It will fill three brown grocery sacks and costs $7.50 per pound. 65 pounds would cost $487.50. There will be about 8 pounds of chops (both bone-in pork chops and boneless butterfly) cut at ¾” inch thick, around 13 pounds of shoulder roast (great for pulled pork or slow cooker recipes), ~ 5 pounds of ribs (both spare and country style), a very tasty ~1# tenderloin, six pounds of naturally-cured bacon and at least a pound of sirloin cutlets or roast. Your remaining 30-35 pounds will be ham and ground pork products. You can have up to 18 pounds of ham (choose between hams weighing 2 up to 5 pounds). If you want less ham and more ground pork, let us know. Mix and match the following ground pork choices: breakfast sausage patties, unseasoned ground pork, bratwurst and Italian sausages.
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