Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The Ohio Pork Council uses the Ohio Hog Farmers Facebook page to engage in conversations with consumers and serve as a resource for information regarding pigs, pork and farming. The page currently has an audience of more than 214,000 fans, and in the last 12 months has had a reach of more than 69.5 million people.On Friday, May 29, the Ohio Hog Farmers Facebook page fell victim to hackers. The outside group gained control to the Facebook page and disabled OHF administrators from being able to access or control the page.“It was quite the mess,” said Quinton Keeran, director of communications for the Ohio Pork Council. “OPC staff, with the help of additional Ag supporters involved in social media, quickly began posting to the page and letting OHF fans know that the page had been hacked.”After contacting Facebook Customer Service, the page was returned to its original state and access was re-granted to OPC mid-afternoon on the same day.In order to spin the situation in a positive direction, a blog post was created on posted on OhioPork.org and the Ohio Hog Farmers Facebook page. This post encourages individuals to like the OHF page and post something demonstrating their love of bacon, for the chance to win a 6-month supply of bacon. The blog post has received more than 3,200 views and is causing a huge influx of traffic to OhioPork.org. The Facebook post promoting the blog is also performing well, having received more than 2,000 likes, 660 shares and 320 comments.
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Mexico ended its medal drought in Olympic archery on Thursday with a double triumph for Aida Roman and Mariana Avitia, who came away with the silver and bronze respectively. South Korea’s Ki Bo-bae beat Roman in the final to take the gold.Roman, 24, reached the finals after victories over Miki Kanie of Japan, Italy’s Pia Lionetti and teammate Avitia.”The feeling is incredible,” Roman said. “I have been training my whole life and I have made it. This medal is for me, for my family and for everyone who has supported me. And, of course, for Mexico.”Mariana Avitia, an 18-year-old, upset South Korean archer Lee Sung-jin in the quarterfinals and went on to defeat Khatuna Lorig of the US in the bronze-medal match.”I am very, very happy, this is a very moving moment in the life of an athlete,” Avitia said after winning the bronze.”To have the support of my family and my coach has been very important for me. Thank you, Mexico. I love you,” she said.