Why Hampshire & Duroc Genetics?

From their beginning in Hampshire England between 1827 and 1839, the Hampshire breed was soon imported into the United States pork industry, being championed for their high muscling and superior carcass quality. Their meat is noted for its rich marbling for superior taste, tenderness, and succulence.

The red Duroc, all-American breed, was in New England around 1800. Their vigor, hardiness, and rapid muscle growth shoots them to the top of the desired meat breeds, Durocs are choice for many discerning chefs and customers alike because of their rich marbling and flavor coupled with tenderness and juiciness.

When you combine these excellent meat breeds with Superior LF-77 Genetics, you get the best of the best! This is...