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Pork Shoulder Roast (Bone-In)

Pork Shoulder Roast (Bone-In)

Nothing like the yummy smell of a hot roast cooking in the oven!

Brushed with butter, smothered in a dry rub, and cooked low and slow will result in a deliciously falling apart and tender meat!

This pork shoulder will fill your home with the amazing warm scents of pork roast...yum!

This cut is similar to our boneless pork shoulder roast, the only difference of course is this one has the bone left in.

But what is the benefit to keeping the bone in my roast?

Some of it is simply a personal preference.

However, meats cooked with the bone in tend to turn out juicier and more tender than boneless cuts of meat.

This is because the bone takes longer to heat up than the surrounding meat.

This allows for the meat immediately surrounding the bone to cook at a slower rate, retain moisture, and result in a beautifully tender perfectly cooks meal.



About our pork:

We believe animals should be treated with respect.

At Miller's Biodiversity Farm our pigs live in their natural habitat - the woods. Our pig's root, dig and forage for countless acorns and bugs. 

Our pigs have free access to wholesome and nutritious food. 

In addition to the food they find solo, we feed the pigs lots of skim milk along with their regular feed. 

The feed we provide our pigs with is a specially formulated blend of corn, peas, ground oats, fish meal, seashell flour, alfalfa meal, wheat middlings, and a nutri-balancer which has kelp, probiotics, vitamins, and minerals that they are free to feed on as they wish. 

A difference you can taste!

The quality of life of our pigs comes through in the quality of our pork products. When you order pork from Miller's Bio Farm you can be sure that you are getting the real deal!