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Pastured-Pork Bratwurst 12 oz pkg contains 4 bratwursts
Pastured-Pork Bratwurst

Pastured-Pork Bratwurst


12 oz pkg contains 4 bratwursts |

Product #FPP302

Paleo-friendly Bratwurst from pigs raised humanely, without drugs, that forage freely on nutritionally rich, chemical-free pasture. No added sugars, no nitrates, nothing artificial.

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Gluten Free
Number of 12oz Packs
Pastured-Pork Bratwurst 12 oz pkg contains 4 bratwursts
$ 29.00 New in stock
Pastured-Pork Bratwurst 12 oz pkg contains 4 bratwursts
$ 49.00 New in stock
Pastured-Pork Bratwurst 12 oz pkg contains 4 bratwursts
$ 69.00 New in stock
Pork Features
  • Non-GMO
  • No antibiotics
  • Pasture-raised
  • No growth-promoters
  • No confinement crates
  • Raised on family farms
  • Product of USA (Missouri)
Bratwurst Features
  • Non-GMO
  • No nitrates
  • Gluten-free
  • Paleo-friendly
  • No added sugars
  • No nitrates/nitrites
  • No artificial ingredients
  • Product of USA (Missouri)

Bratwurst is a seasoned pork sausage whose history dates back to 14th-century Germany.

Our bratwurst is a throwback in more than name, since it’s crafted with pork raised in traditional ways that’d be familiar to a medieval farmer!

The pork in our bratwurst comes from heritage-breed pigs raised naturally and humanely, on nutritionally rich, chemical-free pasture.

In sad contrast, most pigs live confined on factory farms, where they’re fed all-grain diets, antibiotics, and growth-promoters (beta agonists) proven to harm many animals.

Read on to learn more about our pork's exceptional family-farm providers, humane treatment, and superior nutrition profile, featuring a far healthier ratio of omega-3 to omega-6 fats.

Leaders in humane pig husbandry
The pure, delicious pork we’re proud to offer is the savory fruit of a vision.

That holistic vision is what drives ninth-generation farmer John Arbuckle and his wife Holly, the co-founders of Missouri’s Singing Prairie Farms.

John — a self-described “pork nerd” — has become a leader in the campaign to simultaneously raise the quality of pigs’ lives and the nutritional and health quality of pork.

The Arbuckles practice rotational foraging — a traditional way that works several wonders:

  • Enhances pork’s nutritional quality
  • Enriches soil fertility and resiliency
  • Protects water purity in local streams
  • Preserves and expands wildlife habitat

Holly and John raise their pigs humanely, without drugs, and let them forage freely on pure, rich, pasture.

They farm naturally without agri-chemicals, sow their fields with diverse, pig-friendly plants, and practice rotational grazing to enrich the soil.

The pigs eat copious amounts of grassy pasture, and to meet their full nutritional needs, they’re also given food scraps, fruits and vegetables, waste dairy prodicts, and eggs. As needed seasonally, the animals’ pasture diet is supplemented with non-GMO whole grain.

The Arbuckles strive to continually raise the proportion of forage in their animals’ diet and minimize the amount of grain, which is already comparatively small.

As you’d expect, the Arbuckles shun pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, antibiotic feed additives, GMOs, and the growth-promoting drugs (beta agonists) commonly used on factory pig farms.

As a result, pork products from Singing Prairie Farms are nutritionally superior and free of drug residues — and the animals live healthier, happier lives!

Superior nutrition profile
Compared with their grain-fed counterparts, pasture-raised pigs provide more omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin E, beta-carotene, vitamin C, and vitamin D.

Pasture-fed pigs also deliver fewer omega-6 fatty acids, which predominate in the standard American diet to highly unhealthful effect.

Lab tests commissioned in 2017 by Singing Prairie Farms confirmed that the general picture of pasture-raised meat — higher in omega-3s and lower in omega-6s — applies to their pork.

They sent samples of meat from three test groups. The pigs in each group were raised on pasture, but were allowed differing amounts of supplemental grain:

  1. Unlimited grain: This group were allowed all the grain they could eat — which is not normal Singing Prairie practice. 
  2. Limited-grain: This group got one-half the usual grain allotment for Singing Prairie pigs, and instead were fed mixtures of pasture plants. 
  3. Zero grain: These pigs got no supplemental grain and fed exclusively on pasture and cover crops, plus some organic milk powder and sea salt.

Meat harvested from each group was lab-tested for omega-3 and omega-6 fats.

Singing Prairie also tested standard supermarket pork chops — almost certainly produced on a no-pasture, grain-heavy diet — to provide a comparison.

These were the resulting ratios of omega-6 to omega-3 fats:

  • No-grain group — 5:1 
  • Limited-grain group — 10:1
  • Unlimited-grain group — 14:1 
  • Standard grain-fed pork  — 30:1 

Versus standard, grain-fed pork, the omega-6:3 fat ratios produced by every variation in the feed regimen of pasture-raised Singing Prairie pork look a lot lower/healthier:

  • No-grain group — Vastly lower/healthier 6:3 ratio
  • Limited-grain group — Dramatically lower/healthier 6:3 ratio
  • Unlimited-grain group — Substantially lower/healthier 6:3 ratio

Average Ratings: 4

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"Addictive" Lynn L on 04/26/2018 14:38 Review: I try and eat healthy so I'm careful about buying meat. Not only are these nitrate free, they are also Non-GMO. Plus ....delicious!

"Totally awesome pork" Maureen M on 02/17/2018 06:21 Review: Delicious, perfectly seasoned. I took the pork out of the casing and browned it, adding it to a frittata. Was wonderful and appreciated finding heritage sausage without added sugar or msg!

"Good flavor but casing falls off" Dawn C on 10/14/2017 15:38 Review: Boiled these and had several of the casings fall off. The flavor was good but they fell apart as I was pulling them out of the water and made quite a mess. Don't know why this happened but now see others had the same issue. Wish I had read the reviews before buying. - Thank you for sharing your feedback. We are sorry to hear your disappointment in this product. Our Customer Service Team will follow up with you regarding this order. Thank you, The Vital Choice Team

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Ingredients:

Pork, water, sea-salt, organic black pepper, organic onion powder, organic garlic powder.


Nutrition Facts
Paleo Bratwurst ~ From Pastured Pork
Serving Size 1 Bratwurst (90g)
Number of servings: 4

Amount Per Serving
Calories 240 Calories from Fat

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 17g 22%
Saturated Fat 6.6g 33%
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 60mg 21%
Sodium 690mg 30%
Total Carbohydrate 4g 1%
Dietary Fiber 0g 0%
Sugars 0g
Protein 18g 37%

Vitamin D - 0mcg 0%
Calcium - 12mg 0%
Iron - .85mg 4%
Potassium - 258mg 6%



(serving size / nutritional data represents uncooked product)
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

Serving & Storage:

  • Keep refrigerated or frozen.
  • Thaw in refrigerator or microwave.
  • Keep uncooked meat separate from other foods.
  • Wash working surfaces (including cutting boards), utensils, and hands after touching raw pork.

Cooking:

Cook your bratwurst by any method — broil, roast, pan-fry, grill — until cooked through to the center.

Singing Prairie Farm Bratwurst contains a touch of spice, and is delicious served alone. Or, serve it on hearty whole grain bread – especially rye — with relish, sauerkraut, pickled vegetables, mustard, horseradish, ketchup, and our own Organic Garlic Flowers.

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