29 March, 09:29
What explorer introduced pigs to north america?
29 March, 11:02
Hernando de Soto
Hernando de Soto was the true "father of the American pork industry." He brought America's first 13 pigs to Tampa Bay, Florida in 1539. As the herds grew, explorers used the pigs not only for eating as fresh meat but for salt pork and preserved pork.
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