Minnesota farmer explains how to pretty up pig for fair
August 6, 2017
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — After almost 50 years of overseeing the hog barn at the Washington County Fair, Byron Anderson has learned a thing or two about prepping pigs for competition.
The first step in porcine pampering? A shampoo and set. Anderson likes Orvus Paste Shampoo, a gentle detergent he claims can make even the dirtiest of pigs sparkling clean, the Pioneer Press (http://bit.ly/2u27s5F ) reported.
"Don't forget to clean out the ears," said Anderson, 77, who farms in Hugo. "You've got to really dig in there and get it all clean."
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