Episode 31 sees Josh of White Mountains Livestock come on the show to talk about pork and why they made the decision to farm all naturally. We talked about what “organic” means, how the long list of USDA approved chemicals might not be something you want in your food and why small scale farming allows a healthier connection between farmer and animal as opposed to the industrial farming method.
Music from the Show:
- Nick Piccone – You’s and I’s
- Southern Culture on the Skids – Too Much Pork Just One Fork
- Shocking Blue – Acka Raga
- Elmer Gantry’s Velvet Opera – Ride a Hustler’s Dream
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