The vast majority of pork production in North America takes place behind closed doors. From birth to slaughter, an industrially raised hog never sees the light of day. Host Jon Steinman embarks on a journey to find out what the most suitable conditions are for a hog to express its instinctual behaviors. Along the way, he discovers startling differences in the quality of pork available to North Americans. Featuring Michael Stadtlander of Eigensinn Farm, Grey County, Ontario.