Boneless Iberico Ham by Texas Iberico®

Boneless Iberico Ham by Texas Iberico®

Ranch Raised in Texas

Item: JM-204 |

US Only |

All Natural




  • Traditionally cured
  • 100% Iberico breed
  • Pasture-raised
  • Fed on acorns, mesquite beans and prickly pear
  • Raised on a ranch in Texas
  • Size - Approximately 7-8 lbs

This exquisite Texas Iberico® ham marries the ancient traditions of Spanish Iberico and the wide-open country of west Texas. Wild acorns, mesquite beans and prickly pear add a classic Texan flavor to rich Iberico pork as it cures over a year. The result is a delicate ham with full, rich flavor.

A boneless Texas Iberico ham is great for carving at your next party or family gathering. Slice thinly and serve on a warm plate to release the full flavor and texture of this Texas jamón. Enjoy it with a nice glass of Ribera del Duero wine or maybe a chilled ranch water cocktail.

Texas Iberico® pigs spend their time foraging on the Trails End Ranch run by Ashly Martin, a third-generation rancher in Comfort, Texas. The rangeland is host to Texas live oak, mesquite trees and prickly pear cactus. The Iberico hogs spend their lives together, eating large amounts of acorns, herbs, sweet mesquite beans and prickly pear. This special Texan diet adds a complex flavor to the pork, perfect for excellent cured ham.

Texas Iberico® pigs are certified Animal Welfare Approved by the AGW organization, designated by Consumer Reports as the only “highly meaningful” animal welfare designation. They spend their whole lives outside and are never given antibiotics.

Several years ago, a group of Ibérico pigs was flown from Spain to America. The Texas Iberico® herd lives together on the 1500-acre Trail's End Ranch in Texas, a landscape not too different from the 'dehesa' forests of Spain. The Ibérico pigs love to feast on acorns, as well as sweet mesquite beans and prickly pear fruit. This special diet is full of nutrition and antioxidants that add a uniquely Texan flavor to the pork.

For storage and slicing instructions for whole hams, see this page.

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