Meadow Creek

Meadow Creek PR72


Looking into roasting a huge hog? Meadow Creek’s PR72 is what you need. Similar to the PR60, the PR70 features all the amazing features of the PR series, but this BBQ cooker is a whole foot longer!

This is a pig roaster for those who are looking to expand their cooking space and want exceptionally delicious BBQ results. The PR72 can roast a whole 325lb. hog and smoke and grill A LOT of other meats. Easily roast, smoker, and grill with the PR72.

Just like all Meadow Creek pig roasters, the PR70 has an airflow system that distributes heat evenly to all your meats for perfectly smoked/roasted BBQ every single time, thanks to the evenly distributed air-flow your meat will cook with no need to turn and check on your pig roaster because it won't burn, and you'll get flavorful hog or delicious meat every single time. The PR72 consistently maintains even temperatures so you won’t have to worry about checking up on it.

The PR72 is the easiest, fastest pig roaster on the market. Start cookin' with ease and look like a BBQ pro with Meadow Creek's PR72.

Overall Dimensions
44”h x 79.5”l x 33.5”w

Grate Height From Ground

Grate Dimensions
24” x 70”

2nd Tier Grate Dimensions
22” x 70”

Cooking Area
11.67 sq. ft. (1,680 sq. in.)

Cooking Area With 2nd Tier Grate
22.36 sq. ft. (3,220 sq. in.)

Grate Style
Wire Grid With 1/2” Spacing

Metal Thickness
13 Gauge

Net Weight
400 lbs.

Shipping Weight
475 lbs.

Capacity of Whole Pigs
Single Grate: 275 lbs.

Capacity of Pork Butts
2nd Tier Grate: 40-44, Single Grate: 21-24

Capacity of Racks of Ribs
2nd Tier Grate: 24-30, Single Grate: 12-15

Capacity of Whole Briskets
2nd Tier Grate: 18-20, Single Grate: 9-12

Capacity of Whole Chickens
2nd Tier Grate: 50-60, Single Grate: 25-30

Capacity of Hamburgers
2nd Tier Grate: 160-175, Single Grate: 85-90

13" Tires

Stainless steel calibratable thermometer

Cooking grate is made of rust-free food-grade T304 stainless steel rod and easy to clean.

Top and bottom dampers to control the temperature and a removable charcoal vent in the bottom of the roaster.

Grill body is made of 13-gauge welded steel and painted with black heat-resistant paint in an attractive matte finish.

Usage Recommendations
Approximately 110 lbs. of charcoal to cook a 300 lb. pig (live weight), 240 lbs. (dressed), at a temperature of about 300 degrees. Cook approximately 15 hours or until shoulder meat reaches 180 degrees.