How Pig Farmers Embrace We Care

America’s pig farmers’ commitment to sustainability and continuous improvement is stronger than ever. In our mission to produce safe, nutritious food in a responsible and sustainable manner, we are guided by six ethical principles embodied in our We Care commitment: Food Safety, Animal Well-being, Environment, Public Health, Our People and Our Community.

Here are our stories of responsible, ethical and sustainable pig farming.

Karla Dorale

New Horizon Farms
Charter Oak, Iowa

Thomas Titus

Tri Pork, Inc.
Elkhart, Illinois

Joe Dykhuis

Dykhuis Farms
Hamilton, Michigan

Brandi Guerrero

Smithfield Foods
Milford, Utah

Orlando Lopez

Smithfield Foods
Milford, Utah

James Lamb

Prestage Farms
Clinton, North Carolina

Carissa Odland, DVM

Veterinarian and Researcher
Pipestone, Minnesota

Raul Romero

Iowa Select Farms
Osceola, Iowa

Pete Dull

Dull Homestead, Inc.
Brookville, Ohio

No matter the size or type of pig farm, the basic tenets of animal agriculture remain the same: Good animal care, stewardship of the land, production of safe, wholesome food and care for employees and communities.
Pig farm in North Carolina