What’s the Deal with Store-Bought Pork?

Here is another example of how you can find healing foods if you look beyond the grocery store.

I recently had the privilege of sitting down with Dave Sears, owner of a family farm in Massachusetts, to discuss why store-bought pork may not be what you think it is.  He also explains the health benefits of consuming meat and milk products from a regenerative farm that uses “whole herd health” as a first line of defense against disease as opposed to antibiotics, vaccines, and prescription medications.


You’ll learn:
1. What is heritage meat?

2. How is heritage pork different from the pork you buy in your grocery store?

3. The health benefits of eating meats and dairy products from a regenerative farm that uses “whole herd health” practices.

4. How you can buy his heritage pork and pasture-raised beef.



About Dave Sears:
Dave is the owner of Clover Luck Farm in Massachusetts. His farm has been in the family for over 60 years! It was started as a horse farm by Dave’s father in 1959, and now he’s added pigs, dairy cattle, beef cattle and chickens. He’s best known for the special type of pork they raise, called Berkshire pork. Their pork is claimed to be among the best tasting in the area. Dave believes that the high quality of their pork stems from the tried and true methods of pasture raised pigs. He also operates a micro-dairy and sell raw milk directly to consumers. He’s committed to applying organic standards and principles and does not use vaccines, growth hormones, commercial fertilizers, herbicides or fungicides on their farm.

You can contact Dave at: