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Authors

Ted Morris

Streaming Media

Publication Date

8-17-2006

Document Type

Interview

Duration

12 minutes

Subjects

Sustainable agriculture, Pork Industry and Trade -- Oregon

Abstract

Interview of Ted Morris by Matt Witke on August 17th, 2006.

The interview index is available for download.

Biographical

Ted Morris is the owner and operator of Dayton Meat Company in Dayton, Oregon.

Description

Ted Morris inherited his pig-raising business. At the time of the interview, he also ran the Dayton Meat Company, collaborating with a few pig farms throughout Washington and Montana, providing quality meat to customers nationwide. Ted describes the process of inspecting and slaughtering the pigs, as well as selling them to customers. Around 250 hogs are sold per week throughout the year. Every cut of meat from skin to feet are bought by consumers. Ted believes that economic considerations have taken over small farm operations, but he has hopes that specialty meat will one day be affordable for all.

This interview is part of “The Sustainability History Project: Documenting Sustainable Development and Practice in the Pacific Northwest” at Portland State University.

Rights

This digital access copy is made available as streaming media for personal, educational, and non-commercial use within the parameters of “fair use” as defined under U.S. Copyright law. It cannot be reproduced, distributed, or broadcasted for commercial purposes. For more information, please contact Special Collections at Portland State University Library at: specialcollections@pdx.edu or (503) 725-9883.

Persistent Identifier

http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/10827

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