ID

4H-928

Authors as Published

Presented by Livvy Priesser, Extension Agent, Agriculture and Natural Resources, Virginia Cooperative Extension, Virginia Tech; and Ruth Wallace, Extension Agent, 4-H Youth Development, Virginia Cooperative Extension, Virginia Tech

This resource is available as a video only.

We will visit a small hog farm operation in Virginia and show you how pigs are raised. After learning where your pork comes from, Ruth Wallace, 4-H Agent in Buckingham, will show you how to make a dry spice rub, sear your pork roast/loin/shoulder, and blend a sweet sauce mixture to use in the slow cooking process. Preparation takes about ten to fifteen minutes and the slow cooker takes it from there.

View the entire video series at Virtual Farm To Table.


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Publication Date

September 9, 2020