I buy pastured pork from Christiansen's Family Farm in UT. Here's what they say about their pork:
After reading that, which would you rather eat, an animal raised on junk food or an animal raised on the food it was meant to be raised on?As if this wasn’t enough, our pork is pasture raised making it nutrient dense in Omega 3 fatty acids and conjugated linoleic acid (CLA). We feed our pigs locally grown alfalfa/grass hay, Utah grown grains (wheat, barley, oats, and triticale), and fresh produce. We never feed our pigs bread, old donuts, slop, or restaurant scraps. Not only are these foods unhealthy for pigs, but they also contribute to poor quality pork. Our pigs are raised naturally without antibiotics or growth promoters/hormones. We treat our pigs humanely and handle them gently. Our pigs are the happiest pigs you have ever seen. In fact, our neighbors often tease us for spoiling our animals. We take it as a compliment.