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Friday, March 14, 2014

Waiting For Spring

I do not know about you, but I am tired of snow and winter. Wish spring would hurry and get here.

I have been working on the 2014 order form and the spring news letter to go with it. In the letter it will talk about a few changes for 2014. The main change for this year will have to do with the pork shares that are offered. Over the past few years we have only offered our Mangalitsa pigs to restaurants and not in shares to everyone. Instead we would purchase young regular breed pigs and raise these for share holders. This year we are not going to bring in regular pigs for shares, we have enough Mangalitsa to offer them to share holders. Between having plenty of Mangalitsa pigs and a decease running through many regulars pig herds throughout the USA. I will not be bringing in outside pigs to the farm.

What does this mean for you??

It means that you are going to be getting a great deal on pork that is served in some of the best restaurants in the world as a gourmet dinner. Yes the price per pound will be a little higher than regular pork, but will only run about $60 per share more than usual. Mangalitsa dinners are often a $100 per plate, so $60 extra for 30lbs of gourmet meat is not that much.

It also means that the chops and roasts will carry a good 1/2 inch thick of fat. The Mangalitsa is known for its fat. A fat known to be very flavorful and higher in omega 3's. The bacon will also carry a lot more fat (and cooks very fast.)  The meat will be redder in color

You can find a lot of info about the Mangalitsa pigs on the internet, if you want to know more.

Feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns.

Hope all is well with you and yours.


1 comment:

  1. Hi Dan,

    The snow just keeps coming, but the good news is that it has to stop eventually, right?!. ;)

    I'd love to order some meat this year if you can send a newsletter and order form to

    Dawn Thompson