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I am sorry to have this rant, I might not even post this.. I most likely will and I am sure I will lose a reader or two.. but I have to write this.. If you live in an apartment or a tiny condo in the city, you can be many things.. You can be […]
I Yield I Yield LOL
Ok, its just going on record that we are going to be “in just in time mode” on most things this year. Let me give a example.. we have pulled at least a hundred or two wild parsnips but then we needed to focus on this or that.. and suddenly this week, we are like.. […]
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Category Archives: Pigs
This spring trying to find a weaner piglet or two was for many peaple a huge challenge, just like the run on chicks.. meat chicks sold out hard and fast locally.. Thankfully I had my name down on a waiting … Continue reading
Rendering Lard- Pasture Raised Heritage Pork Fat
My computer binged and it was a friend of mine.. would you like a couple bags of Freshly done but now frozen of Pasture raised heritage organic pork fat. I was like ok, two bags, maybe three? Well her one … Continue reading
Our Little Helper Pig for 2017 has arrived on the farm, and with a little help of some grain tossed in the right area of the pen.. Red got to work already. First things first, we need to train Pig, … Continue reading
Posted in Pigs Tagged pigs on the homstead, Raising Weaner Piglets 2 Comments
Grazing, mud playing.. pretty pig!
Ella had a walkabout today.. she really had fun grazing and mudding it up..
Posted in Pigs Tagged farm pigs, Grazing pigs, Happy Pigs, Muddy pigs 1 Comment
Hello Folks, As I have touched on, Miss Piggy and Kermit are going to freezer camp, leaving just apple to grow thoughout the winter. Pigs are very much herd animals and its unfair to grow out a single pig, they … Continue reading
Posted in 100 mile diet, Pigs Tagged Raising Weaner Piglets, Using Pigs as plows, Using pigs to turn compost 3 Comments
Pig, and more Pig means lots of Pork.. o my..
Well, we got another big 250 plus pound gilt done today for our own home use, it went well, we are getting in the grove on this now that we have done five large blacks and one pot belly pig … Continue reading
Posted in Charcuterie, Pigs Tagged butchering pigs, Pasture raised pork, pigs, pork 10 Comments
So here is the finished Product, Sliced and ready for me to use in my planned recipes that I will be sharing soon, I am going Tradional for one, and Funky for the other..I should point out that while I … Continue reading
Posted in Charcuterie, Pigs Tagged Charcuterie, pigs 4 Comments
Slow Roasted Spiced Pork Ribs
Fall of the bone tender roasted never frozen Pork Ribs, heavenly!
Posted in food, Pigs Tagged Food Production and Recipes, pigs 1 Comment
So simple to do and the end results can be used in so many ways, in this case we are making Lard. Raw Fresh Fat, remember that if the fat does not smell good to you, the lard won’t either.. … Continue reading
Posted in farm, food, Food Production and Recipes, frugal, Pigs Tagged Food Production and Recipes, Frugal, pigs 13 Comments
Fresh Pork Belly with Ribs – 13.2 pds
Whole Fresh Pork Belly with Ribs still attached A nice rack of pork ribs, I split into two portions, each one enough to feed two peaple. Eight one pd (or close to one pd) peices of bacon to be.. hmmm, … Continue reading
Posted in 100 mile diet, Charcuterie, food, Food Production and Recipes, local food, Pigs Tagged Charcuterie, Food Production and Recipes, pigs 2 Comments