Pasture Prime is a family operated farm located in Summerfield, FL that raises heritage pork, grass fed Wagyu beef, free-range chickens and turkeys. They treat their animals as their extended family and never use any antibiotics, hormones, or animal byproducts in their feed. They are also good stewards of their land and use organic principles in their farming practices.
Pasture Primes poultry lives outdoors as nature intended. They are free to take dust baths and pluck bugs out of the soil. The birds are aged much longer than the industry standard of 28 days and come from a diverse line of genetics which helps keep their immune systems strong.
Pasture Prime raises Berkshire and Mangalitsa hogs. The Berkshire is the king of charcuterie. The breed is on England's Rare Breeds Survival Trust and doesn't favor well with an industrialized food system. The Mangalitsa, originating from Hungary, is a wooly pig famous for it's high fat content. The Mangalitsa is also a rare breed and had a brief stay on Slow Food's Ark of Taste.
Pasture Prime also prides itself on a herd of grass fed Wagyu cattle. The Wagyu breed is known for its superior fat content and supreme marbling. Many farmers will feed Wagyu cattle corn and other grains to bring about the highest possible marble content. But Pasture Prime sticks to the natural diet of the animal and never feeds his stock any grains. This is a purebred Wagyu breed with traceable genetics.
Torm operates a transparent farm and is eager to have chefs come out to visit him and witness first-hand the quality of life he provides for his animals. His farm dogs are also super friendly.