Besides whole pigs, this pig cooker can handle anything you’d do low and slow in a regular smoker, including 30-35 pork butts with the second-tier grate. Wood or charcoal-fired.
The drip pan creates indirect heat, and the roaster’s design makes it easy to hold a consistent temperature.
You can add enough charcoal to last for 12-14 hours and with the help of a Guru temperature controller, you can safely leave it unattended while you catch a night’s sleep.
These pig roasters are a perfect solution if you want to cook whole pigs and don’t want to purchase a second cooker for general smoking.
The optional grill pan turns this roaster into a direct-heat grill for easily grilling hundreds of burgers and steaks in a short time.
If you need more space, check out the PR72 Pig Roaster for cooking whole pigs up to 325 pounds (live weight).