I've cooked them a few times, but never turned them in at a competition, and they were all 5lbs or over.
Berkshire Kurobuta Collar Trim Butts as they were labeled on the cases. Not from SRF, but somewhere out of Iowa, my butcher calls them CT Butts and they sell a lot of them to restaurants in the Seattle area.
Here is a pic of them on the Right WSM in relation to the 8lb bone in Farmland butts on the Left.
Bill at Select Gourmet Foods trims and ties them into roasts and they get sliced like a Pork Loin.
Here we have some that got trimmed and stuffed in a pigs gut.
And more that got ground into Sausage
They shrink up but keep their shape, I was under the impression they were like the money muscle cut off the Butt, at least that is what I was led to believe . It is great tasting pork, but I think they were @ $3.99 lb and it just didn't WOW us enough to continue using.
When we do our monthly BBQ Roadshow, I'll try to get some pics of the Butts on the scale, the Packers name, and labels for show.
If you go to the Snake River Farms site they are listed in the BBQ Package, I'm sure they won't be happy to learn they won't be flying out the door anytime soon. Maybe not!