Local Farmer receives recognition from National Pork Board

Bailee Arnold from Goldsboro, NC  is one of 3 farmers named the 2019 Pig Farmers of Tomorrow by the National Pork Board at the Industry Forum in Orlando.
The award recognizes farm leaders, ages 18-29, who intend to make pig farming their life’s work and who are committed to raising pigs using the pork industry’s “We Care” ethical principles.
Ms. Arnold is a sow farm manager for Goldsboro Milling in North Carolina. She manages nine employees to provide care for sows and piglets on her farm near Vanceboro.

At that forum, Jan Archer, Pork Board member for North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia spoke about the importance of producers getting involved with these procedures: