How we Raise our

Rotational Grazing

Implementing rotational grazing systems helps prevent overgrazing, allowing the pasture to regenerate and ensuring that pigs always have access to fresh forage. Our pigs are moved to fresh pasture every 2-5 days utilizing mobile electric fencing. This practice supports soil health, minimizes environmental impact, and enhances the overall sustainability of the farming operation.

True Grazing Pigs

We raise Idaho Pasture Pigs (IPPs) that are bred to thrive on pasture. Every year we purchase our piglets from a registered breeder out of Huntsville, OH. IPPs are a relatively new breed that are a cross of Berkshire, Duroc, and Kune-Kune. This unique breed has an upturned snout which makes them less likely to root up the soil compared to a typical pig which ultimately allows them to play a positive role in soil regeneration.


Unlike your typical feeder pigs that are fed a mostly grain diet and grow to 300 pounds in 6 months, our IPPS are raised for 10-12 months on pasture where they eat grass and a supplemented Non-GMO feed. An IPP will consume roughly 30% less grain than a typical feeder pig.


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