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Eric Stonestreet Redefines Pig Farming “Capitalist Pig”

October 25, 2021

Growing up with pig farmers, Eric Stonestreet walks the talk. He also knows that farmers are some of the most generous and caring individuals around. Learn more at https://go.pork.org/mythbusting

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Eric Stonestreet Redefines Pig Farming “Pig Out”

October 25, 2021

Other dictionaries may say that to “Pig Out” means to over-indulge on bad food, but Eric Stonestreet knows the truth. With healthy, nutritious ingredients in mindful portions, we all wish…

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Eric Stonestreet Redefines Pig Farming “When Pigs Fly”

October 4, 2021

You may have heard the term “When Pigs Fly,” but does it mean what you think? Former pig farmer Eric Stonestreet brought out the Rural Dictionary to teach us a…

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2021 ND Livestock Summit

November 9, 2020

The 2021 ND Livestock Summit will be a three-part webinar series starting Dec. 3. The webinars will feature educational discussions on various livestock development topics.

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Panel stresses importance of communication, education on livestock development

January 20, 2020

Ellen Huber, director of economic development and communications for the city of Mandan, N.D., recently took a member of the Bismarck-Mandan Development Association up and down Memorial Highway in her city to talk to business owners about the impact of one of the city’s most important businesses: Kist Livestock.

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Moving Livestock Development Forward

January 15, 2020

There is a motive to move livestock development forward in North Dakota. Those conversations were one focus at the 2nd Annual Livestock Summit hosted by the North Dakota Livestock Alliance.

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Nelson County Pigs Cooperative takes care to be a good neighbor

October 30, 2019

Pavel “Diesel” Danil knows how good the pork industry is in the U.S., and that’s part of the reason he’s so adamant about telling the story of pig farming and how it’s a good neighbor.

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New pig farms bring soil health advantages, maximize pig health

October 22, 2019

Anyone hanging out on the gravel roads near the Ransom County Multiplier, a 2,500-sow barn near Englevale, isn’t likely to smell anything coming from the barns. They may not see trucks hauling manure to neighboring fields.

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Pork: Easy, versatile and delicious

October 7, 2019

Pork has had a bit of a reputation for being difficult to cook to perfection. But local food writer and recipe developer Sarah Nasello says pork can be an easy and versatile addition to a menu, with just a few easy techniques.

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