Kentucky pork farmers’ commitment to ethical practices and continuous improvement is stronger than ever.

Healthy pigs equals a safe food supply. Biosecurity, close monitoring, vaccinations and barn maintenance are all important to herd health. Programs such as Pork Quality Assurance Plus® teach best practices in this area, ensuring farmers and their employees are well trained and knowledgeable.
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For many years, the Kentucky Pork Producers have supported the activities of Kentucky youth.

From youth swine shows to supporting pork based classroom curriculum, the Kentucky Pork Producers takes an active role in shaping the next generation of farmers and pork lovers.

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March 15, 2019

Second annual Show Pig Clinic a success

The Kentucky Pork Producers hosted their second annual Show Pig Clinic in conjunction with the annual meeting. Over 70 youth swine showmen and livestock volunteers attended the training. This year’s presenter was Brian Hines from Linder Show Feeds. Hines is a show pig breeder from Quincy, Mich. with over 30 years of experience judging pig […]

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