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Pitmaster Rodney Scott seasons a roasting hog behind a barbecue restaurant in Birmingham, Ala. Scott has been touring the South with a makeshift barbecue pit to raise money to rebuild his family's cookhouse after it burned down in November. Debbie Elliott/NPR hide caption

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When His Pit Burned Down, Southern BBQ Master Took Hogs On Tour

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Piglets at Hilldale Farm in State Center, Iowa in March 2013, just before porcine epidemic diarrhea began spreading through hog farms in the U.S. Amy Mayer/Harvest Public Media hide caption

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A traditional Danish pork roast, common for Christmas dinner in Denmark. Pork finds its way into most Danish meals. SNSK2010/via flickr hide caption

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Berkshire pigs on Happy Hula Farm, a member of the Eden Farms collective. Amy Mayer/Iowa Public Radio hide caption

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The antibiotic-free pigs roam freely on Niman Ranch in Iowa. Sarah Willis/courtesy Niman Ranch hide caption

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Antibiotic-Free Meat Business Is Booming, Thanks To Chipotle

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