Wild Boar

Wild Boar Product List

  • Shoulder roasts
  • Stewing cubes
  • Ribs
  • Sausages
  • Pepperets
  • Seasonal specialties
  • Tenderloin
  • French racks
  • Loin steaks
  • Chops
  • Leg steaks
  • Sirloin steaks
  • Leg roasts

In 1999 we expanded our livestock to include wild boars. These are kept mainly for meat production and hunting park clients.

Feeding
It takes two years to obtain the ideal slaughter weight for our wild boars. These animals are kept outside throughout the year. Their diet gets supplemented with brewers grain from Beau’s All Natural Brewery, corn, oats, hay silage, and seasonal pumpkins and other vegetables.

We feed only the whole grain and no animal by-products, antibiotics, or hormones are fed.
Trillium Meadows’ philosophy is to keep our animals’ diets as natural as possible. They are slow grown animals and not pushed with special hog feed ration to get them to slaughter weight in the least amount of time.

Wild Boar

Nutrition Table

Typical values based on per 100g portion

Raw Meat

Cholesterol
in MG

Protein
in G

Saturated Fat
in G

Unsaturated Fat
in G

Wild Boar

55

26.1

5.2

2.9

Beef

62

19.6

11.2

4.1

Pork

71

16.6

22.5

8.3

Chicken

57

20.5

4.3

1.4

As you can see in above comparison chart, Wild Boar meat is also healthy for you. It allows people who are on a low fat diet to still enjoy the taste of pork by eating wild boar.

Because our wild boars are farm raised, their meat has a mild flavour. The meat is leaner compared to the domestic pig and also darker in color, due to its iron content. It tastes great on the BBQ, in the frying pan or as a nice juicy roast in the oven.