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We’re between crops!

So sorry, we won’t be at the Cedar City Downtown Farmer’s Market this week.

We’re between crops. Our summer crops are pretty much finished, and our fall crops aren’t quite ready.

So, what’s in the fall crops?

We’ll have leeks, turnips, tomatillos, more beets, and more squash. Also, we may have some potatoes. They’re pretty popular with Mom, so will only bring what she doesn’t want. Oh, and our tomatoes are finally ripening.

Watch for new recipes, as we’ll also have plenty of green tomatoes.

With the high price of pork, we have the best deal going. Order your winter pork from us. We hand-raise your hog with high quality natural foods. Your hog is sheltered from rough weather and carefully fattened for your freezer.

Cost of your whole hog is $425 (plus about $110 for cut and wrap).

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Four Country Gals Produce and Custom Meat

Four Country Gals of Beryl, UT now provides Certified Organic Produce and “Home-Raised” Custom Pork, Lamb, and Goats. Our produce is available each summer at the Cedar City Downtown Farmer’s Market on Wednesday evenings. Our meat program provides you excellent quality pork, lamb and goat at most reasonable prices. Mom’s Hen House still provides fresh brown eggs… and you know the punchline. “We do all the work, and she gets all the money!”

After six years, it was time to reorganize this entire site. You can still find out how we came to be the “Four Country Gals”, and enjoy the stories of learning how to be farmers and country gals.

Even better, you can now keep up with the current events on our little paradise in the desert. You’ll find several new “pages” and “sub-pages”, as we’ve now organized this site more by activities than by date.

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Pork

Custom Raised Pork

Put tasty, lean pork on your table.

We raise your hog for you, purchasing a small feeder pig and then raising it to butcher size just for you.

We use IFA hog feed, and supplement with alfalfa and non-GMO corn. From time-to-time, your hog may also get fresh fruit and vegetables.

Once purchased, your hog is ready for your freezer in about 4 months.

Get your hog today for $425.

You can plan on about 126 pounds of meat for your freezer.

You can get chops or roasts, ribs, picnics, Boston butts
hams, bacon, sausage, hocks, etc.

Once we receive your deposit of $212.50 with the remaining amount due in 60 days, we purchase your feeder pig, and place it under our care.

When your hog is ready to go to market,

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Home-Raised Custom Meat Program

Ever longed for high quality meat without all the growth hormones, sub-therapeutic antibiotics (just help faster gain), and feed from who knows where?

Four Country Gals satisfies your needs with our “Home-Raised” Custom Meat Program.

Let us raise your pork, lamb, or goat for your dinner table and freezer. Get on our “Custom Meat Program Mailing List” and receive updates about animal availability.

Our animals are raised with tender loving care in generous-sized corrals (keeps the coyotes away). The lambs and goats are birthed on our farm, from our own flocks. The pigs are purchased from a neighbor.

All our animals are fed natural diets of alfalfa, a little corn, maybe some vegetables and fruits. The offspring are allowed to suckle as long as they want. We’ve built custom shelters for each species, so they are protected from harsh weather conditions.

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  • Goats helping photographer
    Hey, we'd love to help you take your pictures.
  • Coco's little calf born July 30, 2014
    Coco's little calf born July 30, 2014.
  • Cindy feeding Chaffhaye
  • working in the kitchen
    Bev recording milk weights, Shari stirring the Cajeta
  • The first two little doelings.
    The first two little doelings.
  • Mom with Thor
    Mom is cuddling our new buckling, Thor.
  • cargo trailer
    Our Farmer's Market cargo trailer.
  • Hand digging trench
    Shari pitches in and digs up broken water line.

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