So I found this video off of another video I will link further down. After listening to this man, all I can think about is having me some delicious
kobe piglets. Which are news to me.
Now for the video that brought me to this one, oh man, it's like heaven, it's like you died and they made you some heaven to eat, then you wake up,
because that crunchy sound isn't originating from your own mouth.
After researching these guys, I found a breeder in Michigan, wife and I may pick up a few, and let em free range in our wooded area with our black
australorp chickens...thank you for this, I'm kinda excited now....YUM
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That's neat that you're getting a couple. I'm sure the breeder will tell you this as well, but these pigs are raised for their fat content. If you
let these guys free range too much, they'll work off all that fat that you bought them for. You'll definitely need to supplement their diet with high
fat foods to keep that flavour true to what you're really paying for.
Put some pictures up when your first roast is crispy!
The wild pigs in these parts, South Texas, are exponentially more delicious than anything you can find at the grocery store. Here's one I raised from
a piglet until it was near 500 lbs.
Stuffed the freezer full.
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