Pork Bones


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Leftovers from the butchery process, our pork bones are a good example of “one man’s trash, another man’s treasure,”–roasting and boiling these bones alone or with vegetables and herbs will result in a nutritious, delicious, collagen-packed broth that can be enjoyed alone or as a liquid substitute in almost any savory dish. Our pigs are raised on a diverse diet of fresh vegetables, diverse pasture, and are forest-finished in paddocks that contain plentiful roots and nut forage from 7 different species of Acorns, Hickory, and Walnuts. They don’t get any unnecessary treatments or feed, and you can taste the difference in the flavor and smoothness of the broth these bones make.

Tip: Try bone broth as a nutritious drink in the morning to get you started or before workouts and add to the nutrition of your meals by substituting broth for water in rice dishes, sauces, or your next meal!

Forest and Pasture Finished | Non-GMO | No Hormones | No Antibiotics