Volume 21 | Issue 13
Six individuals honored at awards ceremony
RALEIGH – Six individuals were honored at our awards luncheon as part of the North Carolina Pork Council’s annual conference. Ed Emory, retired director of the Duplin County Cooperative Extension and chair of the NC Pork Council awards committee, presented the awards along with NCPC President Lorenda Overman.

Election ballots heading to voters in Districts 1, 2 & 4
Watch your mailbox if you live in Districts 1, 2 or 4 for your board of elections ballot. Please fill it out and mail it back by December 31.

Only voting members (anyone actively involved in a pork production company) will receive ballots. If you do not receive one, please contact Terri Smith at terri@ncpork.org.

Thank you!
NC Pork Council seeking nominations for next class of award winners
The 2022 awards ceremony will take place at the 2022 Annual Conference on March 3 in Raleigh.

Nominations for 2022 awards are now open:
Order from the Pork Store by Dec. 8 for Christmas delivery!
Year-end OIC education opportunities
Tuesday, December 7, 9am-4pm OR Friday, December 17, 9am-4pm
The agenda will be the same at both in-person trainings at the Lois G. Britt Agricultural Center in Kenansville 6 hours of animal waste AND 6 hours of waste water credit has been approved. Lunch will be on your own, there is no cost to attend the class. Call Duplin County extension to sign up: 910-296-2143.

Tuesday, December 14, 9 am - 4 pm: N.C. Cooperative Extension, Sampson County Center, 93 Agriculture Place (in the livestock arena), Clinton NC 28328 Call 910-592-7161 to preregister for the event. 6 hours of CAWO continuing ed credits available.
USDA to measure financial well-being of North Carolina farmers and ranchers