What Makes Our Pasture Raised Pork Different?
It Takes Time to Raise Grass Fed Pork
Our pork is fantastic...and we never used to like pork at all! At the market, the best we could find was conventional GMO fed, factory-farmed genetics. It was tough and didn't taste good to us.
Before we had our farm, I volunteered at a farmer's market pig farm. Their 'pasture raised' pigs were locked up in a muddy pen and not at all what I had had envisioned.
So we started our own farm raising organic fed, no-soy heritage breed hogs. No growth drugs, no gross sup-therapeutic antibiotics, no gestation crates. The difference was astounding.
This was the first pork chop Betsy really enjoyed. Since our pork is rotated on fresh lush pasture, they are more nutritious than what you'd find elsewhere too.
As a member, you choose which of the amazing cuts your family enjoys. Learn more how it works here.
Better Than Bulk
We do offer bulk orders, but we have found most families prefer to pick and choose the cuts they like best. This is especially the case with pork. The typical heritage hog might have 25-40lbs of fat on it. What are you going to do with all that fat you paid for?
It is a win-win, we get the best tasting summer sausage and nobody has to pay for fat they'd throw away.
Regardless your preference, be SURE to order a sampler pack from your farm of choice before filling your freezer. You can do that online with us without any commitment for a future order. That way you can taste test our amazing pork before making a large order.
Our Pasture Raised Pork
We proudly offer the following no-soy pork products:
- Every type of chop you can imagine
- Tenderloin Roasts
- Shoulder Roasts
- Spare & Loin Ribs
- Ground Pork
- Sliced Deli Ham
- Smoked Ribs (with our sous chef meals)
- Smoked pulled pork (with our sous chef meals)
Cooking The Perfect Organic Pork Chop
Some of our favorite recipes are listed at the bottom of this page, but you'll also want to browse our full free online cookbook.
Pork chops need some special preparation advice. This isn't because it is hard to cook, but rather because in the past we've all been given terrible advice to cook pork to 170 degrees. Even our pork chops won't taste good at that temp. Fortunately, the government backed off, now recommending 145. Which, I suppose might be OK... but that's for sure the maximum temp we might enjoy.
Our preparing perfect pastured pork tips are worth the read regardless of where your pork chops are from.
TC Farm Is Better
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Lush Green Pasture