Would you like some pastured pork from hogs raised with raw milk and acorns in an oak forest? ORDER HERE. One group heads for the butcher tomorrow (February 9th), more next week.

Forest rooting increases hog mineral intake because tree roots take up and concentrate minerals from the soil. Other inputs include grass and hay; fish meal; non-gmo corn-free soy-free feed; natural hog minerals and apple cider vinegar.

  • No antibiotics,
  • No artificial hormones,
  • No vaccines,
  • No tail docking,
  • No teeth clipping.

Just happy, healthy hogs living the life next to a lake and playing all day with their family in the fields and woods.

The butcher will provide you with all the processing options. Think sausage, bacon, ham and pork chops like the paleo diet or other recipes. Ask for fresh bacon and fresh hams to avoid the hormone inhibiting nitrates.

-Post by Jim Bartlett, Pastured Hog Operations Manager

Bartlett Farms

Author: Bartlett Farms