Pea & Barley-Fed St. Louis Ribs

Pea & Barley-Fed St. Louis Ribs

$18 $18
Ships frozen
2 lb
$9/lb

St. Louis-style spare ribs are the meatier ribs cut from the belly of the hog.

St. Louis-style ribs are flatter than baby back ribs, which makes them easier to brown. We love slow smoking these ribs over open fire.

Corn & Soy-Free Food Alliance Certified Non-GMO Project Verified


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ABOUT THE RANCH

Klingeman Family Farms
Klingeman Family Farms

Ephrata, WA

Klingeman Farms was the first Non-GMO Project Verified ranch, and the first US ranch to receive Food Alliance certification for sustainability and humane animal treatment. 

We love these pigs for their explosive flavor. The meat has a brightness and natural acidity. Its longer grain delivers an incredible mouthfeel, akin to “white beef”. 

The key to the Klingeman Farms pork’s superior fat, flavor, and performance is a 100% corn and soy-free diet combined with generations of exacting genetic selection. 

The pigs are raised on Non-GMO Project Verified barley-rich mix of European fine grains, which yields a cleaner, harder fat cap than conventional corn and soy-finished pork. The pigs enjoy abundant open living space and fresh water. Hoop houses with fresh straw bedding provide shelter from the elements and predators.


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