West View Farm raises heritage breed pigs on wooded pasture. While on pasture, the pigs have access to several acres of land to root up throughout the summer months. By rooting up that land they are an asset to the farm as they plow, aerate, and fertilize the soil to create new pasture to include into our rotationally grazing program. Our pasture raised pork is leaner than most commercial pork due to the amount of movement they get while living on wide-open land. Our pigs graze on acreage they live on in addition to being fed free-choice locally produced grain.