A curious pig looks at visitors to the barn on a farm in Lenoir County. Most pork in America comes from crossing no more than three traditional breeds. Brothers Bob and Ted Ivey add a fourth breed to their mix, a less common one called Chester White.
A curious pig looks at visitors to the barn on a farm in Lenoir County. Most pork in America comes from crossing no more than three traditional breeds. Brothers Bob and Ted Ivey add a fourth breed to their mix, a less common one called Chester White. cliddy@newsobserver.com
A curious pig looks at visitors to the barn on a farm in Lenoir County. Most pork in America comes from crossing no more than three traditional breeds. Brothers Bob and Ted Ivey add a fourth breed to their mix, a less common one called Chester White. cliddy@newsobserver.com

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