What do you get when you buy a pig from BF? - Part 2

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  • With the two jowls, we usually cure these as we would bacon.
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  • You'll have to trust us on this until you prove it to yourself: corned tongue is simple to make and fantastic to eat.
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  • Pig ears are common in Asian soups and entrees. If you have a special dog in your life, you can prepare them a pig ear treat. You obviously get two, as you get one tongue. And please remember you need to specifically ask for these variety meats in order for them to be packaged with your final butchered order.
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  • There are two types of fat you'll get: leaf fat and back fat. Leaf fat makes the best lard for use as shortening. Back fat is useful to raise the fat content of a sausage mix or can be rendered to cooking lard. If you took a deer this season and plan to make deer bologna, pork fat is the best way to bring the fat content up. We can give you instructions for rendering lard.
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  • I hope the information and images help you understand the choices you can make when you buy a whole or half pig from Buckland Farm. If you're still unsure, we recommend the standard butcher cut.
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  • Now, if you have special projects in mind, we can alter this cut list to suit your preference. For an additional fee we can assist you in curing your bellies or jowls into bacon, grinding meat, or making and stuffing sausage. We're here to help and we want you to be comfortable and confident buying a whole or half pig from Buckland Farm. We have an open farm and we encourage those who want to to visit our farm and meet the pigs. Just let us know when you're planning on coming by.
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  • When ready, you'll pick up your pig from the butcher or our farm. We can make a recommendation of how much cooler space you'll need to have to accommodate your pork cuts. For large orders of multiple pigs and/or produce orders as well, we'll deliver your pig for a fee.
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  • As we use a small, local USDA slaughterhouse and butcher and as your pig will need to cool from several days to a week, we usually need about XXXX days to prepare your pig for you. So, especially if you have a big event coming up, plan ahead and give us time to get everything perfect for you.
  • Happy eating from Buckland Farm!
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  • To order a pig or for more information - buckland793@gmail.com phone number
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