Hog Pricing

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Please read our pricing page thoroughly prior to placing a down payment on your hog.


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To reserve a hog for the Fall of 2018, you must pre pay by June 1st of 2018.

1/2 hog = $100 (pay online here)

1 whole hog = $150 (pay online here)

After processing, you are responsible for completing payment based on the hanging weight of your hog plus processing fees to French Lake Butcher Shop (Cash or Check Only @ FLBS).

For example: if your whole hog weighs 200 lbs (hanging / carcass weight — learn more here)

  • You’ll pay Homestead Hills $2.50 x 200 lbs = $500. Minus your downpayment of $150, your remaining balance would be $350.
  • You’ll pay French Lake Butcher Shop approx. $2.10 x 200 (basic processing package, more on processing packages here)
  • Your combined final bill would be $920.
  • Your net weight for pork would be 150 lbs with an approx. price per pound of $6.13 / lb. of naturally / pasture raised pork.

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