Kindred Family Farm
There’s a lot to love about Kindred Family Farm pork, but here are a few highlights:
Pastured meats (and especially the fat found therein) are astoundingly healthier than commercial pork because of the heightened levels of Omega-3s (anti-inflammatory) in relation to Omega-6 (inflammatory) levels. This has everything to do with the foods the animals eat, and when they're truly pastured - as Kindred's are - they're taking in lots of Omega-3 rich plant life, which makes the pork healthier overall.
Fat isn't necessarily bad; as a reflection of an animal's intake, fat is largely painted as dangerous because the awful food they're given in large-scale farms. In contexts like Kindred Family Farm, all of the good, natural stuff they're eating manifests itself in the fat and makes it that much more wholesome. Garbage in = garbage out, good stuff in = good stuff out.
No antibiotics or hormones ever
Local (of course! Kindred is located just outside of Kooskia, Idaho.)
Outdoor pastured lifestyle, with sustainable, rotational foraging for the pigs!
Never fed soy
Humanely raised and harvested, with a personal relationship with the animals.