News from HD3 Farms

Local Leaders Elected to Serve

Two southeastern North Carolina agribusiness leaders were recently elected to fill positions on the Board of Directors of Cape Fear Farm Credit.  Michael T. “Bo” Stone of Robeson County and Dean C. Hilton of Bladen County were elected to serve as Directors for the Association.  Read More

Understanding Pig Lagoons: Everything You Need to Know

From NC Farm Families:


There are three key things to understand about lagoons: (1) How they are designed, (2) the anaerobic process that takes place inside lagoons, and (3) the benefits they offer to farmers. Read More

NC Pork Council Outstanding Pork Producer of the Year


Joey Carter of Duplin County embodies and exemplifies what we mean when we say, “We Care.”

Carter has demonstrated over a long period how much he believes deeply in the principles of caring for the environment, for animals, for his community, for food safety and much more. Read More

Clinton hog farmer elected president of the NC Pork Council Board of Directors

RALEIGH – Brandon Warren of Clinton has been elected president of the North Carolina Pork Council Board of Directors. Warren has served on the N.C. Pork Council board since 2010 and served as vice president last year.  Warren’s multi-generational family .... Read more

NC Pork Producers Honored at Annual Awards Ceremony

 Six North Carolina hog farmers – and one allied company – were honored at an awards luncheon on Thursday, Mar. 21, at the annual N.C. Pork Conference.  Read More

We Care: The Pork Industry's Commitment to Ethical Principles


We Care is our promise that North Carolina’s hog farmers are committed to responsible and ethical animal agriculture. There are six principles: Produce safe food, Protect and promote animal well-being, Ensure practices to protect public health, Safeguard natural resources, Contribute to a better quality of life in our communities. Read More