August 15, 2019
National Pork Board recently announced the four finalists vying to be named America’s Pig Farmer of the Year — Doug Dawson, Delaware, Ohio; Chris Hoffman, McAlisterville, Pa.; Josh Linde, Manilla, Iowa; and Thomas Titus, Elkhart, Ill.National Pork Board
The National Pork Board has announced the four finalists vying to be the 2019 America’s Pig Farmer of the Year. This year’s finalists are Doug Dawson, Delaware, Ohio; Chris Hoffman, McAlisterville, Pa.; Josh Linde, Manilla, Iowa, and Thomas Titus, Elkhart, Ill.
Through Aug. 27, the public can vote once a day per email address for their favorite finalist at AmericasPigFarmer.com. The winner will be announced the week of Oct. 1, based on the judges’ scores and the online voting results.
The program honors a U.S. pig farmer each year who excels at raising pigs following the We Care ethical principles and who is committed to sharing their farming story with the American public.
Page through this slideshow to meet this year’s finalists, as well as the previous honorees.
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