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Artisan Pork, Mosaic Farms at Fern Road Farm, Philomath, OR
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Mosaic Farms’ Chris Hansen and his partner Erin Bartek strive to raise the tastiest and highest quality pork they can possibly offer. This is accomplished by ensuring that the pigs are grown in a manner that respects both the animals and the farm, stress-free. Their Mosaic Farms slogan is: ‘What’s good for the pigs is good for us.’ Here he is pictured with some of his prize winning pastured hogs at Fern Road Farm. The farm consists of 150 irrigated acres of transitional-organic land just outside of Corvallis, OR. The immediate neighbors are Gathering Together Farm, a certified organic vegetable operation. Chris was one of the first to lease land from Farmland LP.
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Tags: oregon; corvallis; philomath; farmland lp; vitality farms; organic; farm; pork; pigs; hogs; berkshire; mosaic farms
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