Pastured Hog Head sold out Restaurant / Wholesale only 10 left! in your basket
Hidden River Farms

Pastured Hog Head

per 1 head ($95/ea)

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Delivery (see eligible zipcodes)
Sunday, July 23rd
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1 x Hog Head. Breed: Heritage Berkshire and Tamworth, for pork that is marbled and flavorful. All our piglets are born on the farm, and get to suckle on their mother for two full months. Our breeding sows are never kept in farrowing crates. The piglets are not confined and have the run of the farm! Our hogs roam free across vibrant pastures - the way it has been done for generations. They are fed certified organic barley, wheat, and peas that are grown and milled directly on our farm. The pigs are never administered antibiotics or chemical dewormers.


Certifications: No certifications currently listed.

Practices: Rotationally Grazed

Eligible zip codes

Hidden River Farms will deliver this offer on Sunday, July 23rd to your restaurant or home. Delivery will cost $25.00. This seller delivers for free on orders totalling $200.00 or more.

Delivery is supported to these zip codes: 98101, 98102, 98103, 98104, 98105, 98106, 98107, 98108, 98109, 98111, 98112, 98113, 98114, 98115, 98116, 98117, 98118, 98119, 98121, 98122, 98124, 98125, 98126, 98127, 98129, 98131, 98132, 98133, 98134, 98136, 98138, 98139, 98141, 98144, 98145, 98146, 98148, 98151, 98154, 98155, 98158, 98160, 98161, 98164, 98165, 98166, 98168, 98170, 98171, 98174, 98175, 98177, 98178, 98181, 98184, 98185, 98188, 98190, 98191, 98194, 98195, 98199

Meet your farmer
Hidden River Farms

Hidden River Farms

We are a team of young farmers inspired to grow good food and connect our communities to the land. Hidden River Farms supports and encourages young farmers to inherit an aging industry. The average age of farmers in America is 58. If we are going to create a sustainable future for our food systems, we need young people excited about food and committed to farming. Evan Mulvaney started the business when he was 19, farming half an acre and selling at a roadside stand outside of Olympia, Washington. His original business was Steamboat Junction Farm. Since then, he has grown the operation to include 88 acres of grain, vegetables and pasture, but producing good food with his hands in the dirt is still Evan's passion.