Greg Gunthorp, along with his wife and three kids, own and operate a pasture based livestock operation in North East Indiana. Greg’s family has raised pigs on pasture for at least four generations. They have one of the largest pastured poultry operations in the country. Their operation includes an on-farm full USDA inspected slaughter and processing plant performing slaughter, processing, curing/smoking, rendered fats. They supply antibiotic free pork, chicken, duck and turkey to some of the best restaurants in Chicago, Indianapolis, and surrounding region. Greg has been very active in the Sustainable Agriculture movement in the United States. He has spoke on pasture pig and poultry production as well as operating a very small processing plant and ecological waste treatment at most of the major small farm and sustainable ag conferences across the country. Their operation has hosted visitors from all over the world. His hobbies include hog roasting, alternative energy, and alternative waste treatment. He is a past board member of the American Pastured Poultry Producers Association. He served on Secretary of Agriculture Dan Glickman’s Small Farm Commission as well as serving on a small farm advisory panel to President Clinton and just served on the Pew/Meridian Meat and Poultry Inspection Dialogue. He is a board member of the American Grassfed Association. Gunthorp’s hosted the first USDA Food Safety Inspection Service Very Small Plant Stakeholder meeting at their farm. Greg has received various awards including Slow Food Nation Snail Blazer for Family Farming and Family Farmer Advocacy and New City’s 24th most influential person in Food and Dining in the Chicago Market.