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Mangalitsa pork shares! Only three 1/2 shares left! Non GMO - $9 (Saint Ignatius)

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Hello!

Have you heard of Mangalitsa pork? If so, skip ahead to available butcher dates and pricing below. If not, let us tell you about it!


For those unfamiliar here is an excerpt from our website (it's a bit long, but bear with me!):

"It is one of those "if you know, you know" things, and impossible to compare to anything you've tried before.

The fat of the Mangalitsa is what makes this pig special. Mangalitsa fat has been described as “crack cocaine for foodies.” (Kohl, Wilhelm W. "Introduction." The Mangalitsa Pig, Boook Publishing, 2014).

People hear the word fat and internally recoil, after all we’ve been conditioned that fat is bad for generations. We picture the chewy fat from store bought bacon, or fatty gristle on a pork chop. Mangalitsa fat is different, all the way down to its chemical composition caused by the animal’s genetics. Mangalitsa fat is higher in monounsaturated fat than any other pork. It is soft, smooth, and creamy; with a low melting point similar to butter. It will melt in your mouth.

We haven’t even touched on the Mangalitsa meat, which has this high quality lard laced intramuscularly throughout. There’s a reason this pig is sought after by the top restaurants around the country. The meat is bright red and resembles well marbled beef."

If you'd like to learn more, visit the whole breed writeup at https://roamingbisonranch.com/pasture-raised-mangalitsa-pork


Our Mangalitsa are fed non gmo, corn and soy free feed. They are raised outside with room to root, socialize, and do other pig activities.

We have three 1/2 Mangalitsa pork shares going to butcher at Pioneer Meats in Big Timber on 5/8/2024.


Pricing: $9/lb hanging weight including butcher costs. Deposit required to hold share.

Our last batch of pigs hung around 200lbs per pig.
If you order 1/2 pig and the hanging weight is 100lbs, your total cost will be $900.
Our last batch of pigs yielded 73% packaged meat from hanging weight. This means if your 1/2 pig hangs at 100lbs, you can expect roughly 73lbs of packaged meat.

I also have a breakdown by percentage of how much of each cut you can expect on our website at https://roamingbisonranch.com/store/product/1-2-mangalitsa-hog-deposit

Call or text show contact info with questions or order through our website at https://roamingbisonranch.com

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