The Whole Hog
This is the REAL Boss Hog!
Base Price: $9,930


Our biggest cooker, the Whole Hog’s external dimensions are 34″ x 70″ x 66″. It has a cooking surface of 56 Square Feet!

The unit weighs 1200 lbs and has two racks inside of it, one of which is a carousel rack. The racks are 27″ x 53″. The unit can hold 575 pounds of Boston Butt, as well as brisket. The unit is geared to cook whole hogs for competition and catering. This is a serious cooker!

The standard Whole Hog comes with stainless doors and latches, as well as the new low profile smoke stacks. A butterfly valve with special open/close mechanism is standard on this Backwoods model.

Weight: 1200 pounds


Outside Dimensions:

  • 31″ deep plus 2 1/2″ for the thermometer and latches
  • 65″ tall plus 5″ for stack
  • 58″ wide plus 8″ for the drain

Cooking Chamber Dimensions:

  • 28″ deep
  • 44″ tall
  • 54″ wide


  • Two standard, One carousel – 11″ apart
  • 27″ deep
  • 53″ wide


  • Permanent water pan
  • Stainless steel doors
  • 2″ insulation
  • Heat diverter
  • Pre-drilled Caster bolt hole pattern on the bottom of the 3 inch feet
  • Cooking degrees: (approx) 180 to 300
  • Amount of charcoal: (approx) 25 to 30 lb
  • Cooking time: (approx) 6 to 10 hours {Depending on the temperature used for cooking}
  • Meat: (approx)
    39 slabs of baby back ribs
    26 to 30 briskets
    85 to 95 Boston butts
    Up to two 230 lb. whole hogs


Base Price: $9,930

  • Auto Water: $810
  • Auto Gas: $3,080
  • Convection: $2,955
  • Castors: $396 {they will raise the smoker up 6″}
  • Permanent Stand: $175 {This will be welded to the bottom of the smoker in place of the three inch feet}
  • Removable Stand: $320 {This will be bolted to the existing bolt hole pattern on the bottom of the feet}

    NOTE: We prefer not to go over a total of 16 inches in total height on the bottom of the smoker.

  • Racks: $235 {additional racks can be added}
  • Carousels: $445 {up to 3 additional carousels can be added}
  • Sliders: $50 {additional sliders can be added, these are what your racks rest on and slide in and out on}