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     Don't be fooled by phony advertising.  We haven't found an offer of grass-fed pork on the Internet that is legitimate other than ours.  Grass-fed pork is red-meat pork.

Grassfed is best!
     "Grass-Fed" livestock are raised solely on grasses and legumes such as clovers and alfalfa.  "Pastured" livestock are raised on grassy pastures, but they are also supplemented with grains and other foreign foodstuffs.

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Slanker's Grass-Fed Meats
Your Healthy,
Nutritious, Delicious
Grass-Fed Meat Source!

Our e-mail address is:

Toll Free Number:
866-SLANKER (752-6537)
Local Number:
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3255 CR 45400
Powderly, TX 75473
near Paris, TX

Pork from hogs that graze lush grasslands.

Our pork is perfect for The Real Diet of Man, a dietary approach that is also known Ancestral Health, Paleo Diet, Hunter Gatherer diet, or Caveman diet.

Grass-Fed Pork
Products and pricing are below the introduction.

Our hogs are literally Wild Caught "Grass-Fed" critters.  Therefore our pork comes from the most "naturally-raised" pigs in the world!  They are WAY BEYOND "PASTURED."  Unlike some pork offerings from disreputable outfits easily found on the Internet (some so despicable they even copy our words verbatim on their Web sites), our pigs are not raised on feeds we provide.  They literally forage at large eating what pigs eat -- which is virtually everything and anything that's in the natural wild world.  Our pigs are not BIG.  Sometimes they are quite lean, sometimes they are fat.  The only time we feed our pigs is while they are being held just prior to being sent to processing.  Then we feed them alfalfa -- a high quality green leafy plant.  By the way, since nuts are very seasonal it only makes sense that pigs cannot be dining on acorns and such for more than a month or so a year.  So, beware of folks who claim their pigs are raised on acorns.  Not only are acorns highly seasonal, but in actual fact they are really not all that nutritious compared to grass.


100% American Wild Caught Pork
Package descriptions are below price lists.
       In a way, the cartoon is no joke.  Geneticists really are trying to tip the DNA on their pigs, which are fed grain in confinement housing, in order to boost the pigs' Omega-3 fatty acid levels.  Why don't scientists do an even better job of balancing Essential Fatty Acids in their pigs by utilizing the old fashioned natural way -- of simply not feeding their pigs grain?  Well, it takes too long for a piglet to grow without grain and the grazing method is not easily mass-produced.
        Naturally our wild caught pork products come from real grass-fed pigs.  They have not been fed grain.  Nearly all other so-called grass-fed pork products offered on the Internet and elsewhere are not for real.  Our is.  (Click here for a picture of Phony Grass-Fed Pigs.)  In nutritional terms our real wild caught pork products are far superior nutritionally compared to "pastured" pork products.  Pastured pigs are fed grain, grain by products, stale bread, and other foreign foods and that makes the resulting meat products only slightly better than conventional store-bought pork.  The idea that pigs must be fed grain is preposterous and ignorant.
       As with all animal life, what holds true for any pig also applies to "heritage" pigs.  If a heritage pig is fed grain it's no different than any other grain-fed pig.  So buyer beware.  Just because a pig is "free range," "heritage," "natural," "organic," or "pastured" never means it has the nutritional benefits of a genuine wild caught pig.
       Our pigs range at large foraging for their natural food.  They graze grass just like cattle.  Most of what they eat is grass, forbes, and leaves of trees.  But they also eat grubs, roots, acorns, berries, fruits (acorns, berries, and fruits are strictly seasonal), eggs, critters of all kinds, and about anything else they come across in the pastures and woods where they live.  (In fact, their diet is about the same as a grass-fed chicken!)  They are not caged, penned, confined in dirt lots, nor raised in buildings.  Make no mistake about it, unlike all other pork producers we know (free range, pastured, heritage, natural, organic, etc.), our pigs are not supplemented with grain or grain-based feeds.  They are wild pigs.  Consequently their meat is not "the other white meat."  It's red meat; sometimes as dark as deer meat!  Real wild caught hogs will always have red meat of about the same color as our grass-fed beef!
       Our wild caught pork cuts are shrink wrapped, frozen, and freezer ready.  As you can imagine, the price of pork will change with the market price of pigs.  Consequently, all prices are subject to change--sometimes on short notice.


Here's an additional breakfast meat suggestion.
Get one of the smoked meat products, thaw it out, slice it up and repackage in smaller packs.  Then you'll have sliced meat that will be similar to Canadian bacon -- a perfect breakfast meat.

Package descriptions are below price lists.
100% American Wild Caught Pork
Whole Roasting Luau Pig
Front Quarter Roasting Pig (about 5#)
$6.38  1
Hind Quarter Roasting Pig (about 5#)
$5.38 -- OUT
$6.38  1  --  OUT
Pork Chops
$8.98 -- OUT
Pork Loin Roast
$8.98 -- OUT
Fresh Butt Portion Ham*
$4.98 -- OUT
$5.98  2
Fresh Whole Ham*
$4.58 -- OUT
$5.58  2 -- OUT
Pork Shoulder Boston Butt Roast
$4.48 -- OUT
$5.48  1 -- OUT
Pork Shoulder Picnic Roast
$3.98 -- OUT
$4.98  1 -- OUT
Whole Pork Shoulder Roast
$3.68 -- OUT
$4.68  1 -- OUT
Fresh Ham Slices*
$6.98  2 -- OUT
Pork Sides (Bacon)* (Limit 2)
This is fatty bacon.  When wild pigs put on fat, their bacon has less meat than corn-fed hogs.
$10.98 -- OUT
$10.98  2 -- OUT
Jowl Bacon* (Limit 2)
This is fatty bacon.  When wild pigs put on fat, their bacon has less meat than corn-fed hogs.
$10.98 -- OUT
$10.98  2 -- OUT
 Fresh Pork Breakfast Sausage
$6.98 -- OUT
Fresh Pork Breakfast Sausage Links
$6.98 -- OUT
Fresh Wild Boar Sausage
$6.48 -- OUT
Fresh Ground Pork
$6.48 -- OUT
Pork Bratwurst Sausage (Uncooked)
Ingredients are Grass-Fed Pork, Sea Salt, Mustard Seed, Black Pepper, and Red Pepper.
$6.98 -- OUT
Fresh Pork Tips (Stew Meat)
$5.98 -- OUT
Pork Meaty Spare Ribs
$5.48 -- OUT
Pork Spare Ribs
$4.98 -- OUT
Pork Hocks
$1.58 -- OUT
$2.58  1 -- OUT
Pork Meaty Neck Bones
$1.48 -- OUT
Pork Soup Bones
$1.48 -- OUT
Pork Hearts
$2.48 -- OUT
Pork Liver
$2.48 -- OUT
Pork Tongue
$2.48 -- OUT
Pork Kidney
$2.48 -- OUT
Pork Spleen
$1.98 -- OUT
Pork Fries
$4.98 -- OUT
Exterior Pork Fat (Limit 2)
$5.98 -- OUT
Interior Pork Fat (Limit 2)
$5.98 -- OUT
*  Fresh hams and bacon are meats that have not been smoked and salted.  They are "fresh" like a pork chop.  Pork cuts with prices in the "Smoked" column have a light Sea Salt brine and are smoked without sugar.
1.  Marinated in sea salt, black pepper, and garlic.  Hickory smoked to an internal temperature of 140 degrees.  Perfect for a smoker or crock pot.
2.  Injected with a sea salt solution and hickory smoked to 140 degrees internal temperature.  Hams are perfect for a smoker or the oven.

Whole Headless Grass-Fed Roasting Luau Pigs weigh 15 to 26 pounds.
       Roasting a Luau Pig is similar to baking a large turkey.  It's an
       experience in and of itself and a major treat for special events.
Hind and Front Quartered Roasting Pig weighs about 4 to 6 pounds.
Pork Chop packs weigh about one pound.
Pork Loin Roasts weigh from 2.0 to 3.25 pounds.
Butt Portion Hams weigh from 4.0 to 5.0 pounds.
Pork Hams weigh from 6.0 to 10.0 pounds.
Fresh Ham Slices weigh from 1.0 to 1.2 pounds.
Smoked Ham Slices weigh from 1.2 to 1.4 pounds.
Pork Shoulder Picnic Roasts weigh 2.0 to 3.0 pounds.
Pork Shoulder Butt Roasts weigh from 3.5 to 7.0 pounds.
Whole Pork Shoulders weigh about 4.0 to 6.0 pounds.
Pork Tips (small chunks of pork meat) weigh about one pound.
Pork Sides (Sliced Bacon) packs weigh one pound.
Fresh Pork Breakfast Sausage packs weigh about one pound.
     Ingredients:  Grass-Fed Pork, Sea Salt, Black Pepper, Red Pepper, Sage, Ginger
Fresh Pork Breakfast Sausage Links packs weigh about 1.1 pound.  Ten Links per pack.
     Ingredients:  Pork trim, spices, sea salt in Hog casings
Wild Boar Breakfast Sausage packs weigh about one pound.
     Ingredients:  Grass-Fed Pork, Sea Salt, Black Pepper, Red Pepper, Sage, Ginger
Fresh Ground Pork packs weigh about one pound.
Pork Meaty Spare Ribs weigh from 1.5 pounds to 2.0 pounds.
Pork Hocks weigh about 2 pounds.
Pork Meaty Neck Bones weigh about 1.5 pounds.
Pork Fat packs weigh about 3 pounds.

Our e-mail address is:
The toll free number is: 866-SLANKER (752-6537)
The local number is:  903-732-4653

        The picture below is an example of what you do not want to see.  It depicts what is properly known as "Pastured Pigs."  See, they are being fed corn while on pasture.  These pigs can not be classified as "Grass-Fed" and in no way would we market a pig such as those pictured below.  Our Pigs are not fed grain.

       This next picture shows some Grass-Fed Pigs grazing with some young  Grass-Fed Calves and a Grass-Fed Chicken.  Note that the Grass-Fed Pigs are not fat like those pictured above.  Of course, at the time this picture was taken the grass was short so the pigs were on "short rations."

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