2014 Pork Fest

Porkfest is the main fundraiser for the Rock County Pork Producers. Over 25,000 Pork Chops are ordered for this once a year event.   In 4 hours, we serve over 7,000 eat-in and to go meals and sell several Pork Chops ready for cooking at home.  Great food, good music, lots of fun and a classic car show....a little something for everyone.  We hope to see YOU at Pork Fest!

Date:        Wednesday, June 11th

Location:  Rock County 4-H Fairgrounds

Time:        Drive-Up Serving begins at 4:00 p.m. 
                 Walk-In Serving Lines open at 5:00 p.m.

Menu:       Bone-in Pork Chops
                 Potato Salad
                 Applesauce
                 Rolls & Butter
                 Coffee, Milk, Soda or Water
                 Desserts Available for Purchase

Cost:          One Chop Dinner - $9.00
                Two Chop Dinner - $10.00

Host Family:   Randy and Linda Kleven and Family

Entertainment:  
     Music - South Bound
     WJVL and The Hog
     7th Annual "Pork Fest Car Show"

WCLO Podcast:
http://wclo.com/podcasts/ag-matters/2012/jun/03/porkfest-2012/

*      Seasoned Uncooked Pork Chop Sale at Pork Fest 
**    Seasoning for Sale at Pork Fest 
***  Handicap parking available
2014 Host Family

Congratulations to our Hosts, Randy & Linda Kleven and family. 


The Kleven Family started raising pigs in the early 90's on their farm in Harmony Township.  They stopped for a few years and restarted raising them when their children began showing them through 4H and FFA.  Randy has served with the Rock County Pork Producers for six years, serving as the President in 2012 and 2013.  He also serves on the Pork Schoppe committee with the Wisconsin Pork Association and is a Board of Director for the Wisconsin Livestock Breeders Association representing swine.  Linda also serves on the Pork Schoppe committee as well as the promotion committee for the Wisconsin Pork Association.  They primarily raise Hereford pigs and their youngest son Cody has won several top honors at local fairs as well as the Wisconsin State Fair with the families own stock.  The family also raises Scottish Highlander cattle.