Sunday, 3 May 2015 – 10:00am to 4:30pm

Frohloff Farm – East Quabbin Land Trust, 236 Church St., Ware, MA

Cost: NOFA/Mass Member – $45 (Walk-In cost, $55) Non-member – $57 (Walk-in cost, $67)


Why is NOFA sponsoring a workshop on hog slaughtering?

At this hands on workshop Jake Levin, The Roving Butcher, will lead participants in the slaughter, bleeding, scalding, evisceration, and eventually the break down into various pork cuts, of a market weight pig.  There will be a tour of the historic 95-acre Frohloff Farm, 20 acres of which are managed as a hog operation by farmer Bill St. Croix.

More Info:
Lunch will be potluck style from Noon-1pm, bring a dish to share.  This hands-on workshop is both in and outdoors, so please be prepared for possible inclement weather and dress appropriately.

For information on our refund and inclement weather policy, click here.


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