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American Guinea Hogs

Our American Guinea Hogs (AGH) grow slower than most all other breeds of pigs. Most other breeds of pigs are sent to slaughter at 5 months, after being raised on a steady diet of grain.  Our AGH pigs grow naturally and slowly on grass and forage.  As we have moved along in our breeding program, we have chosen only those pigs who grow well and steady on the grass and forage that we grow ourselves. Supplemental minerals and vitamins that are required for their health are provided too.  Our gestating and lactating sows are fed supplemental grain along with their regular diets - the health and nutrition of our stock is always a priority.  We have appreciated our customers' feedback on our pork as we found the right combination of grass, hay and other forage that turns out the best and tastiest pork, with non-greasy, clean fat. 

All our fresh and cured sausages and bacon are made without nitrates/nitrites.

 

Gladys and Harriet Harriett and Gladys, registered American Guinea Hog sisters.

Happy Father's Day!June 14th, 2019

HAPPY FATHER'S DAY! Father's Day is Sunday, June 16th, and if you're thinking of making your Dad a steak, Bill will have some of our Boneless Sirloin Steaks in the farmers market freezers this weekend

New recipe: Lamb Burger with Onion Soup AioliMay 25th, 2019

This recipe surprised me. Onion soup mix was not a staple in my pantry, but after trying this, it is now.  While it calls for cucumbers and peppers, it's also great with just the aioli and a

Grilling Recipe Ideas from Browning Homestead FarmMay 24th, 2019

RECIPES AND TIPS FOR GRILLING Bill has taken our grill out from its winter storage and we're getting it ready for grilling season, which made me start to think about recipes.    Click h

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