Wild Boar

Quick Facts


RAISED ON: Free range diet consisting mostly of acorns and brush

HARVESTED AT: Six months to three years / 70 to 250 lbs

TASTE IS: Sweet, nutty and intense the flavors can vary depending on what the hogs have been eating it truly is a “wild” animal

HOW HEALTHY: Wild boar is almost always leaner than commodity pork.  They are never confined to feedlots or receive vitamin supplements, growth promotants or antibiotics.  You would be hard pressed to find a cleaner more natural source of protein anywhere

COOKING TIPS: Wild boar can be cooked the same way as other commercial pork cuts.  An internal temperature of 165°F is recommended for wild boar. Take care not to overcook the meat as it has a tendency to dry out quickly

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