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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Dietary Panel Takes Wrong Approach, NPPC Says

Recently, the National Pork Producers Council criticized recommendations related to meat in the diet from an advisory committee informing the creation of federal guidelines for healthy eating. In a report for the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, an Obama administration-appointed advisory committee of health and nutrition professionals recommended that people consume less red and processed […]

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US pork production higher than beef for first time since 1952

By Chelsea Mies February 03, 2015 In the past few years, chicken production has topped beef, but it has been a long time since pork production pulled ahead of beef. Pork production actually hasn’t topped beef production for more than 60 years since 1952. Hog herds rebounded from a deadly virus last year and with high meat […]

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