Choose the revolutionary PR60 Pig Roaster and easily roast a whole pig without turning the meat. It can handle up to a 250 lb. pig (live weight) or 30-35 pork butts with the second tier grate. Wood or charcoal fired.
Choose the revolutionary PR60 Pig Roaster and easily roast a whole pig without turning the meat. It can handle up to a 250 lb. pig (live weight) or 30-35 pork butts with the second tier grate. Wood or charcoal fired.Read more about Meadow Creek Pig Roasters Spec Sheet Owner Manual
44”h x 68”l x 34”w
|Grate Height From Ground|
24" x 58"
|2nd Tier Grate Dimensions|
22” x 58”
9.67 sq. ft. (1,392 sq. in.)
|Cooking Area With 2nd Tier Grate|
18.53 sq. ft. (2,668 sq. in.)
Wire Grid With 1/2” Spacing
|Capacity of Whole Pigs|
Single Grate: 200 lbs.
|Capacity of Pork Butts|
2nd Tier Grate: 30-35, Single Grate: 18-20
|Capacity of Racks of Ribs|
2nd Tier Grate: 15-25, Single Grate: 8-12
|Capacity of Whole Briskets|
2nd Tier Grate: 16-18, Single Grate: 8-10
|Capacity of Whole Chickens|
2nd Tier Grate: 40-45, Single Grate: 21-24
|Capacity of Hamburgers|
2nd Tier Grate: 135-140, Single Grate: 70-75
Approximately 80 lbs. of charcoal to cook a 200 lb. pig (live weight), 160 lbs. (dressed) or approximately 100 lbs. of charcoal for a 250 lb. pig (live weight), 200 lbs. (dressed) at a temperature of about 300 degrees. Cook approximately 12-14 hours or until shoulder meat reaches 180 degrees.