4th of July Hot Dogs


Sugar Mountain Farm Hot Dogs – Simply Good Ingredients

Hot Dogs are back in stores! We’ve made our third delivery to local stores and restaurants for the summer in time for the 4th of July holiday.

Prohibition Pig has added our hot dogs and kielbasa to their menu cooked in a variety of creative ways. They join Chubby Muffin and Skinny Pancake in carrying our hot dogs as a regular part of their kids and adult menus.

We use all natural Vermont Maple Syrup from just down the valley in our hot dogs and no nitrates, no nitrites, no MSG, no gluten and no weird stuff.

You’ll find our delicious all natural frankfurter in the stores listed below:

If Sugar Mountain Farm pastured pork hot dogs are not yet available where you shop in Vermont or western New Hampshire then ask your local store to contact us at walterj@sugarmtnfarm.com. We deliver weekly.

Outdoors: 77°F/54°F Sunny, Rain at Night 1/4″
Tiny Cottage: 74°F/68°F

Daily Spark: The comical BBQ chef was just ribbing his customers.

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7 Responses to 4th of July Hot Dogs

  1. Ed says:

    I would love to have your hot dogs. Bet they are deliccccious! So when will you start shipping them? I thought I remembered something on that from the kickstart.

    I noticed you seem to often get ‘rain at night.’ Where do you live, Camelot? Just enough and never when it will inconvenience anyone! :-) Cool!

    • Hot dogs will start shipping this winter as part of the Kickstarter packages beginning at the Farmer’s Basket mini level and up. At that point they’ll still be made at the smokehouse we work with now. It will be another six months to a year before I expect we’ll be able to make the hot dogs here. The steps from here to there are:

      1) Butcher shop & sausage making (current construction)

      2) On-farm slaughter (next part – Winter?)

      3) Smokehouse (2013)

      With each phase we will go through a period of State inspection and then move up to USDA inspection. Once we have USDA inspection then we can ship across state borders. Prior to that it is just in-state sales. I’ve actually put the hot dogs and several By-The-Box orders of meat on our updated Order Form. You can see all of our literature on the Lit page which can be found up in the menu bar at the top of the page.

      Usually the rain cooperates, or perhaps we just work around it, but sometimes like the other day we end up sorting and herding pigs in the rain. They don’t seem to mind at all. I think it rains more at night because the air cools so that makes for condensation. Someone with more knowledge of weather could probably explain better. We’re also on the east side of the mountains and seem to get more rain and snow than over in the valley west of us. I think this has something to do with the air compressing and then expanding as it passes over the mountains. We’re at the end of a long flat where the wind bunches up.

  2. Don’t suppose you’ve got plans to expand to Cape Cod? I’d be first in line.

    • Actually, there is someone done on the Cape who asked about carrying our pork. Not sure how such delivery logistics could work out. We love going to Cape Cod but it’s about a once a decade thing. Perhaps if the Cape were closer… :) Imagine the 1,600′ cliff to the beach! :)

  3. christian says:

    Hi
    I have looked at the FAQ and the tag cloud and I could not find the answer to my question, I apologize if I missed it somehow. Here it is When you butcher your pigs is it possible to have the skin left on (at least on some pieces)?
    Thank you

  4. Jeff says:

    Skinny Pancake, Chubby Muffin and Prohibition Pig! What wonderful business names!

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