Category Archives: Pig Farming

Randy & Kyle Brown - Ohio Family Farm

Family Farms – Farming for Family

September 22, 2016 ,

“We love family farms, but do not care for large commercial (or factory farms).” This seems to be a common theme among many when discussing agriculture today, but what exactly is the differentiating factor between large and small, family and factory, appropriate or overkill? For a variety of reasons, the landscape of agriculture has evolved […]

What kid doesn't grow up dreaming of interning for the Ohio Pork Council?

Pork… It’s a Family Affair

May 27, 2014

Special guest blog written by Amanda, the coolest intern we’ll have here at the Ohio Pork Council this summer – easily! Agriculture is in my blood. For as long as I can remember, my family members have been farmers by trade. Originally from Williams County, Ohio, my life has revolved around rural communities, farm families, […]

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How do you Celebrate 1,000,000 Meals Donated?

March 24, 2014 , , , , , , , , , ,

Sometimes I evaluate my life and how much time I spend at my job and I ask if I’m really making a difference?  Of course there’s always my duty to share the life changing message that #PinkPork is safe and more enjoyable, but is there anything deeper that I do? In 2009 some farmers challenged […]

Bacon is Raised Responsibly

14 Things You Really Need to Know About Your Bacon

March 10, 2014 , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

1. Bacon is amazing. Why? Because its bacon. On more scientific terms, it probably tastes great because it doesn’t taste like anything else. The slightly sweet, almost caramel, and salty cure along with the smoky wood flavor is very alluring. The flavor flatters savory dishes and compliments sweets as well. Ever notice that when bacon […]