This bone-in Shoulder Roast is produced by the Steven Busch Ranch in Roseburg, from a pasture-raised heritage breed known as “American Guinea Hog”. Everything raised at the Busch Ranch is free of GMO’s and nitrates.
The American Guinea is a small, black breed of swine that is unique to the United States. Also known as the Pineywoods Guinea, Guinea Forest Hog, Acorn Eater, and Yard Pig, the breed was once the most numerous pig breed found on homesteads in the Southeast.
According to the American Guinea Hog Association, this breed produces superior pork:
- Unparalleled Flavor, Texture, and Quality
- The Fat is a Creamy, Melt-in-Your-Mouth Delight
- Mature Hogs (15+ months of age) Provide a Nice, Well-Marbled Carcass
- The Muscle-to-Fat Ratio Is Ideal for Charcuterie
Want to know more? Visit this site for the story behind the breed: Why Raise American Guinea Hogs?