For up-to-date pricing see our web site. A half pig is also shown: There is some natural variation. If I took the ice out of the cooler the ham and bacon barely fit. The trade off is that with the lower hanging weight some meat in the feet, head, tail, neck, jowl and the skin pork rinds was lost. One interesting thing is the left side and the right side weight slightly different amounts. This is important to know if you are buying by the pound hanging weight. That difference of 12 lbs is almost all waste that goes in the trash but you would pay for it anyways in a higher butcher bill. A typical pig would have yielded 60 to 70 lbs of cuts.
If you are buying by the pound then with the head, skin and feet on your would also pay a higher price for the hanging pig. Note that the processing is a big part of the cost in a pig. A typical pig would have yielded 60 to 70 lbs of cuts. Also note there may be an oddly sliced pork chop towards the end — small and great for a child or sandwich. If you are a family of four ask for four chops to a package, etc. A shorter pig would yield fewer, a longer pig more. Above is that same pig packed in one picnic cooler plus the ham and bacon soon to be brining in a five gallon pail. This is a pretty good estimate. That difference of 12 lbs is almost all waste that goes in the trash but you would pay for it anyways in a higher butcher bill. For up-to-date pricing see our web site. For this pig, the hanging weight with the head, skin and feet would likely have been about 87 lbs for the half instead of 75 lbs. A half pig is also shown: If you process your pig yourself, be it just the butchering or also the slaughtering, then you save a lot of money. There is some natural variation. Since these are pasture raised, heritage breed animals, they are real live creatures — thus they have some variance rather than the cookie cutter uniformity of factory farmed products. Two other weight terms you may hear related to pigs are: If I took the ice out of the cooler the ham and bacon barely fit. Note that these are from early in prices in the examples. Total count of pork chops was 23 for the half pig. Figure on the typical pig having around 20 pork chops per side — more is a bonus. The prices are shown as when this article was originally written in as well as updated pricing over the years. If your pig were weighed skin, head and feet on for the hanging weight, then the cuts weight the 75 lbs above would be very different from the hanging weight. On this pig the other side was 80 lbs. The smaller pork chops near the end were packed three to a package to adjust for their smaller size, thus the two different package sizes. This pig was a little bigger. Had the pig been scalded and scraped instead of skinned the hanging weight would have been higher, more like lbs or about lbs per half.
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