It's quite possible that the only thing better than bacon may be FREE bacon!

Bacon farmers rock so much, they want to give you FREE BACON!

I’ve got to admit, I was a bit slow to jump onto the “I love bacon so much I could eat my way out of a city built out of bacon…but why would I want to leave a city built out of bacon?” bandwagon…but I do really enjoy bacon.

You know how people always say, “Nothing in life is free”? Well, that’s crap.
Right now you can have bacon for free, for a year.

Bacon farmers want to give you free bacon!

It’s quite possible that the only thing better than bacon may be FREE bacon!

Check out this contest over at the Ohio Hog Farmers Facebook page and get entered to win a year’s worth of packaged, sliced premium bacon courtesy of Sugar Creek Packing Co.

It’s easy to enter, just submit an original photo that demonstrates your love and devotion to all things bacon. That photo is your chance to win!

This tasty award starts with Ohio bacon farmers, the people working behind the scenes to grow your bacon. Take a second to hear from Greg, a real Ohio bacon farmer.

Until next time,
Q

About Quinton

Hi! I’m Quinton, communications director for the Ohio Pork Council….probably better known as the voice of the Ohio Hog Farmers Facebook page. I’m way into Pigs, Cows, Cameras and Food!


6 thoughts on “Bacon farmers rock so much, they want to give you FREE BACON!

  1. I really liked your short video, but I have a questions on how your pigs are feed? Are they given any kind of hormones?

    I am looking for a place to purchase hormone free pork.

    Look forward to hearing from you.

    Genny

    1. Hey Genny –

      Thanks for visiting the site and watching our videos!

      Most pigs eat a diet that consists primarily of ground up corn and soybeans, with some trace vitamins and minerals added.

      All living things contain hormones, therefore any meat, milk, vegetable, etc. you consume would contain certain amounts of hormone. I believe, what you are concerned about are added hormones, or what does not exist in the food naturally. Added hormones are not permitted for use in growing pigs. Therefore, the claim “no hormones added” cannot be used on the labels of pork unless it is followed by the statement “Federal regulations prohibit the use of hormones.”

      Hope this helps!
      Q

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