Comparison and Capacity Charts for Meadow Creek Pig Cookers
Are you trying to decide which Meadow Creek pig cooker is right for you? These handy charts show the differences between our pig cooker models and help you determine which size of pig cooker to choose.
Pig Cooker Model Comparisons
The main differences in our different pig cookers are fuel type, size, and trailer versus pull-around. Choose from charcoal/wood or gas fired and 3 different sizes: 42", 60", and 72". The larger units are available on a trailer.
|Model||Fuel Type||Pig Size||Type|
|Charcoal||Gas||100 lb.||250 lb.||325 lb.||Pull-around*||Trailer|
*To push/pull around by hand. Not mounted on a trailer for highway use.
Pig Cooker Meat Capacities
Use this chart to determine which size of pig cooker will cook the right amount of meat for you. If you have questions about cooking other meats, feel free to ask! The 2nd Tier grate is optional and almost doubles the cooking surface. These figures are approximate.
|Single||2nd Tier||Single||2nd Tier||Single||2nd Tier|
|Whole Pigs||100 lb||na||200 lb||na||275 lb||na|
|Racks of Ribs**||56||1012||812||1525||1215||2430|
**Spare ribs lying flat. With the optional rib rack, you can cook ribs on edge.
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What Will It Cost to Ship My BBQ Cooker?
Use this form to request a freight quote from us if you want to have a standard cooker shipped via truck freight. We will do our best to get back to you within 3 business daysoften it's within one business day. If you want a price on an Ultimate Caterer Trailer or other custom unit, visit our custom barbecue trailer page.