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Big Fork for the Holidays




Hey neighbors!!

Big Fork has some really great products for gifts and stocking stuffers!!  Check out the collection of Jerky and Pork Sticks we received!  My husband LOVES the spicier ones.  There is one missing from the photo, because my husband decided to try the Original one.  He ate half and left the rest sitting on the coffee table in the living room and Paisley, our toy Aussie decided to eat it!



Next he tried the Maple and Pepper, which he also really liked.  Afterwards he tried some of the Jerky.  He likes the flavor of the Jerky, but said he personally prefers the Pork Sitcks.  My son on the other hand is a huge Jerky fan, pretty much no matter what the flavor is.  Big Fork supports small independent Iowa farmers, and no antibiotics were given to these hogs.  You are eating some of the best tasting pork possible.



The Jerky is presently available in three flavors.  You can choose from Original, Maple, or Spicy 3-Pepper.  These make great stocking stuffers, or you could put together a personalized gift basket and include some pork sticks or jerky from Big Fork.

Be sure to check out the Jerky Challenge on their page.  I have a feeling my husband would try this one.

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The beef jerky would be loved by my husband. I always get it as a stocking stuffer.

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