HOGFEST 2017- PORCHETTA IN THE PADDOCK
Hogfest is an on-farm event with Bundarra Berkshires. A long table degustation feast with matched wines, live music and salami competition. This year beckons a fabulous day with old and new friends, a chance to see the pigs and the on-farm butchery and judge the salami entries. Kids are greatly welcome and eat for free.
Join us for a farm tour on arrival with glass in hand, followed by a long lazy lunch, salami competition and live music. This a great local event and opportunity to wind down in the country and enjoy the surroundings of the state forest and the farm. The butchery will be open for a look to see how we process and kids are free to roam the garden and visit the piglets while we feed and entertain you. Let’s celebrate the heritage Berkshire breed pigs and all good things that make our country life so good!
Saturday September 9, 2017 at Bundarra 929 East Barham Road, Barham NSW 2732
Starts 12.00pm – Finishes at sunset.
There are plenty of accommodation places in Barham and Koondrook but bookings need to made early as Spring is when Barham gets quite busy. Options also are camping on farm (free) or The Farm Wagon
More accommodation in Barham can be found here.
Where are we?
Our farm is a 3-3.5 hours drive north of Melbourne between Echuca, Swan Hill and Deniliquin on the Murray River. Our farm is a featured stop on the Backroads Trail. Plan your weekend to see what our area has to offer. There are also trains to Kerang daily (15 minutes from Barham) and a V-Line bus service that can get you to Barham (5 minutes from the farm).
TICKETS MUST BE BOOKED BY AUGUST 30
All inclusive tickets $110
Kids under 12 are free
This includes a long table feast of pork- nose to tail style. We are cooking a whole pig lots of different ways alongside some smashingly good salads, charcuterie and end of winter desserts. We’re pairing up with local superstars Restdown Wines so you will get to taste their Organic range of wines matched with our pork.
Kids can enjoy a table of their own with fun activities to do after their lunch.
Amateur and skilled traditionalist are urged to enter their salami’s in the competition. It is a blind judging and judged by experienced people in the food industry including Rosa Mitchell. The coveted prize is a stunning knife made by Chef’s Armoury, valued at $250.
Entries must be received by the Friday September 9 for tastings.
Entry forms must be in by Friday September 8.