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Bringing the “farm” back to hog farming
Dan Moore's daughter feeding the hogs at Ninja Cow Farm (Credit: Dan Moore)

Bringing the “farm” back to hog farming

A look at the economics and scalability of raising hogs outside—and the characters doing it

RALEIGH, N.C.—Dan Moore's farm marks an abrupt exit from the fringes of suburbia: cookie cooker homes give way as a rolling road weaves you through a dense canopy of deciduous trees.

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