Free Range Pork

spotted mini pigs standing on ground in paddock

Free Range Pork

Blythburgh Pork

A Blythburgh pig is born in a straw filled farrowing hut located on the sandy earth of the Suffolk heritage coast. Its’ mother has a free range life style with the choice of being outside if it is sunbathing weather or staying inside if it’s raining. Blythburgh pigs remain on the farm until they are 25 to 26 weeks old. This extra time allows a flavour and succulence to develop within the meat that is not found in today’s intensively reared pork.

Duroc/Hampshire Cross

These pigs are crossed due to their ability to withstand the British weather, but also for their fat covering and tender meat-eating qualities. The pigs are free-range and are born and spend their whole lives outside, overlooking the South Downs and the Brighton coastline.