Mmmm, bratwurst

For those of you within driving distance, we’ll have our next group of porkers ready January 30th. And within driving distance covers quite an area – we now have customers from the Twin Cities all the way down to the Iowa/Missouri border. So exciting!

Our next batch won’t be ready until the end of summer, so this will be the one to get for summer grilling. Think bratwurst, brat patties, pork chops, ham steaks…yum!

I’m off to the Practical Farmers of Iowa conference for the next two days. Can’t wait to meet up with friends and meet some new people, too. As I told Lisa, these kinds of things are great to counteract those days that you’re standing in your kitchen bawling your eyes out, ready to throw in the towel. (Or is that just me?) So motivational.

Just shoot an email to

themillers92 (at) osage (dot) net

if you’re interested in pork, and I’ll get back to you when I return!

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3 Responses to Mmmm, bratwurst

  1. Zanne says:

    Mapquest tells me it’s about 5 1/2 hours from here. Hmmmmm, is that within driving distance? Nothing wrong with a road trip. How do people transport the meat and keep it fresh?

  2. Patti says:

    Hi, We used to have to drive a ways to get the beef and pork we special ordered when we lived in Kansas.We used the newer super insulated coolers to put the frozen meat in. They worked great! We now use them to bring our chickens and turkeys back from the processor.Kelli,are you selling the pork by the lbs or by hanging weight?

  3. Suzanne – I have a feeling that you could find plenty to make a road trip from there to here interesting :) The meat would be frozen when you pick it up, so several coolers should keep it okay until you get home.Patti – we’re selling it by hanging weight in either half’s or whole’s. It’s processed in Osage at S&S.