Tosh Pork

We are currently the largest pork producer in Tennessee and the 24th largest pork producer in the United States.

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Milling

Our feed mill produces around 4,500 tons of feed for our pigs each week. We purchase corn from local farmers to help meet our pigs dietary needs.

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Farming

We grow seven different crops on over 13,000 acres of land.

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Recipes

Enjoy delicious pork recipes recommended by Tosh employees.

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Animal Care

Tosh Farms/Tosh Pork/Bacon by Gosh support and practice PQA Plus guidelines.

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Tosh Farms is committed to a flexible, team oriented approach!

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Welcome to Tosh Farms

The Tosh family of companies is committed to producing safe, affordable, high-quality pork and grain products for you and your family as well as nutritious feed for our animals. Our company is continually evolving to meet the needs of the modern consumer, but our dedication to our animals, the environment, our employees, and our community never wavers. We invite you to explore our website to learn more about Tosh Farms and pork production.

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Spending Bill Includes Money to Fight PEDv

Congress included $2 million in its annual spending package to address Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus (PEDv). According to The Des Moines Register, funding for PEDv was buried deep within the 1,603-page spending bill. The funding was just a small fraction of the $1.01 trillion spending bill, which was passed over the weekend. The federal government reports the […]

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National Pork Board Funds New Swine Health Information Center

DES MOINES – Nov. 19, 2014 – At its regularly scheduled November meeting, the National Pork Board’s board of directors approved the funding of a national Swine Health Information Center. The new, autonomous venture will focus its efforts on implementing industry preparedness for disease challenges that could affect U.S. swine herds. According to Dr. Paul […]

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