We raise Piedmontese and Piedmontese-Angus crosses. The Piedmontese breed is about 5000 years old and is known for having a gene that causes increased muscling and tenderness. They are very lean with about 1 percent fat which means less environmental toxins. Please read this article about fat in beef. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/05/160506100202.htm
Our hogs originated from feral stock which has several advantages. These include better fed efficiency, better rooting ability, smaller adult size and less fat. Their flavor and juiciness is similar to beef. Their fat has a nutty flavor and in fall they eat acorns.
VEGETABLES AND FRUIT
We raise an abundance of vegetable and fruit. We use no chemicals not even organic approved. We like to raise heirlooms, rare and unusual varieties. Many of our summer salad greens are magenta spreen (relative of spinach) and sweet potato leaves (relative of morning glory) which grow all summer when there is no lettuce. Fruit includes Seville oranges, wild lemons, figs, pears, peaches and pomegranates.