A network to help you find organic lard in America
Not sure what the protocol or going rate is but I'm about to render a ton of lard from the pigs we just had slaughtered. I'll have leaf lard and lard from back fat. We're not certified but raised our pigs which were a berkshire/yorkshire cross on an acre of pasture. They were fed local organic feed, organic vegetables and fruit from our small farm and finished on hazelnuts.
Heather...Sorry for the late response..but have been traveling. Send me your farm's name and contact information and I can post it in the resources section. Linda
sorry for the late response
Our farm is Lassiez Lagniappe Farms and we're in Beavercreek, OR we're still working on a website and blog!
It is easier to find organic fat than organic lard. There are videos on you tube on making lard in your crock pot.
We now have USDA rendered lard for sale. Both back fat (general cooking) as well as pure Leaf Lard.
We are not organic but we raise our hogs in a clean, natural way. No antibiotics, no garbage feeding, no growth stimulants, no paylene, no nothing but fresh pasture, grains and sunshine (ok.. liquid sunshine in the winter time. we do live in Oregon after all).
The lard is rendered at a USDA facility and is non-hydrogenated. Nothing in it but the lard! You can pick up from our farm in Dallas, Oregon, or buy from us at the Salem Saturday Market. Or you can email us at email@example.com and we can ship it to you!