Well the non industrial industry standard ones anyway.
NaturalNews can now confirm that the Michigan Department of Natural Resources has, in total violation of the Fourth Amendment, conducted two armed raids on pig farmers in that state, one in Kalkaska County at Fife Lake and another in Cheboygan County. Staging raids involving six vehicles and ten armed men, DNA conducted unconstitutional, illegal and arguably criminal armed raids on these two farms with the intent of shooting all the farmers' pigs under a bizarre new "Invasive Species Order" (ISO) that has suddenly declared traditional livestock to be an invasive species.
By the DNR’s classification of feral swine, any pig with a certain hair color, a straight tail or pointy ears would be considered feral among other characteristics. Only one trait from the list is needed to fall into the feral category.
Natural pork falls under 'feral' categorization
"If you had them live outside they would grow fur to help protect against the sun,” said Ellie Mullins. “So automatically the DNR would classify that as feral and illegal."
Ellie Mullins and her husband Pat own Local New Buffalo, a small grocery store in New Buffalo. Open for a year, they’ve grown a customer base selling homemade bacon and sausage.
The Mullins use naturally raised ‘heritage pigs’ for their pork and feel if they want it to be local, and legal it needs to come from Indiana.
Heritage pigs are raised outside and grow fur making them illegal under the law. "Saying it's not allowed in Michigan, that really hurts our business," she said.