In 1989, pork producers developed the Pork Quality Assurance®program, a producer education and certification program to reduce the risk of violative animal health product residues in pork. In 2007, the program was enhanced and became known as Pork Quality Assurance Plus (PQA Plus®). PQA Plus is a producer-driven program they can use to ensure U.S. pork products are of the highest quality and safe, and animals raised for food are cared for in a way ensuring their well-being.
The Pork Checkoff’s Operation Main Street speakers are headed back to high schools, technical colleges and junior colleges this fall with a new way to speak out for the pork industry and agriculture. They are showing the new Farmland documentary produced by the U.S. Farmers & Ranchers Alliance and supported by the Pork Checkoff.
Who We Are
The New Hampshire Pork Producers Council is a non-profit organization established in 1986 to provide leadership for all pork producers.
The NHPPC is a group of individuals working together to enhance and promote production and consumption of high quality pork.