Free Range Pork Products
from Willow Creek Ranch, Wisconsin

Free range pork is simply better, and better for you, from Willow Creek Ranch.

Lower in the fats you don't need, richer in texture and flavor. That describes the free range, pasture-pure pork products from Willow Creek Ranch in Coon Valley, Wisconsin.

Wisconsin stream

Our swine herd graze in the Virgin Driftless Region of Wisconsin.
This area, within which our family home and ranch are nestled, is almost unchanged from beyond recorded time.

Glaciers moving from the north split, and passed this area, leaving it virtually untouched and pristine. Melting glacial water fed the streams, rivers, and water tables, creating a naturally pure environment of grasses and pasture fed by water from millennia ago. The result is a nutrient rich, natural environment for two legged or four legged animals to enjoy and draw sustenance from.
grass fed pork

Balanced, natural nourishment is the key ingredient to our incredible pork products.
Our pigs range freely, free to move, run and play, taking in the natural nourishment that the land provides.

The diverse foods our pigs forage, roots, tubers and legumes, result in what can only be described as a richer, tastier meat.

This is a process that takes longer, but the results can be seen in our humane treatment of our animals, and the nourishing food you place upon your table.

grass fed pork loin

From farm to table, our pork products are unmistakably Willow Creek Ranch perfect.
Your table is the final proving ground for our natural process of free range pork at Willow Creek Ranch. And over the years, the response has been unanimously in flavor of (we mean "in favor of"!) pork from Willow Creek.

From ribs to roast, from the grill to the oven, no matter how you slice it, nothing compares to free range pork products from Willow Creek Ranch.



Recipes For Success

Pork Loin Roast With Pineapple


Willow Creek Ranch pork loin roast, about 3 pounds
Freshly ground peppercorns
1 can crushed pineapple


Season with salt and pepper. Place roast with fat side up on rack in open roasting pan. Insert meat thermometer into center of roast. Place in 300 degree F oven and roast about 25-30 minutes per pound. The meat thermometer should register about 145-165 degrees F when done. Do not overcook.

Pour crushed pineapples over roast and serve. Serves about 6 people.


Variations of recipes for pork loin roast abound. Get creative. You might try various marinades. Or better, try caramelized apples, applesauce or raspberries as sauces over the cooked roast.


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