June at June’s Farm, breeds Large Blacks crossed with Saddlebacks. The pigs are slowly grown, fed naturally, kept outside and allowed to forage.
The crisis hasn’t had much of a daily impact on her farm, but online sales have gone through the roof. June says she hopes people will remember her farm when things go back to normal and they will continue to buy high welfare pork.
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