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Hey,

A friend and I cooked a whole pig last year. We butterflied and put on a 6x3 trailer grill, about 100 lbs. We are doing this again this year, but need a lot more pig. Not sure we can manage a single 160-200lb pig. We thought about just getting 2 80-100 lb pigs, butterflying them both and stacking them on top of each other (skin out) because we only have the 1 trailer grill. I spoke with someone who said this is a way to do it, but I can't find any evidence that other people have done this. We would stack them and then rotate halfway through for more even cooking.

Has anyone ever tried this? Could it work? I am expecting it to take longer to cook but not as long as a 200lb pig, but any ideas on how much longer it would take? If this is a crazy idea that won't work please let me know.

Thanks for the advice.

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Boggypond
Have cooked many hogs, but never heard of stackomg
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Do you think it could work? The one thing I am concerned about is not getting nice bark on the non-skin side due to it being covered. Otherwise, I feel like it should work in theory at least
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Boggypond
might work, but don't see how you would get any bark
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