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Industry/Economy : The beautiful town of Gaya's culture,history,and tradition - Goryeong

Stock Farm Product Joint Market

Goryeong Livestock Joint Market

  • Location: 787 Songgok-ri, Dasan-Myeon, Goryeong-gun
  • Phone No.: 954-6280
  • Features
    • Promote stable livestock price through market controlling feature
    • Protect livestock farmer and consumer through fair trade
    • Provide clean livestock
  • Business
    • Butcher and list (auction) for shipping
    • Used butcher by request from the buyer
    • Sell partial cuts
    • Export to overseas specified export inspected organization
  • Features
    • Produce hygienic livestock as HACCP specified workplace
    • Use groundwater from 200m under ground by reverse osmosis method
    • Perform free wash and disinfect for livestock transport vehicles
    • Process entire shipping and accounting process
  • System
  • Butcher
  • Meat Purchase
    Meat Purchase
  • Purchase through a middlemen or process the desired part by request from the customer.
    • Well-trained meat specialists and HACCP designated market provide great quality
    • Quickly deliver vacuum-packed chilled meat to the front gate
    • It’s handled by bulk so the processing cost is cheaper.

The current status of livestock market

  • Location: 136-2 Goa-ri, Goryeong-eup
  • Founder: Goryeong joint market
  • Approved Date: ‘90.10.31
  • Size
    • Total Area: 2,188 pyeong
    • Administrative office: 8 pyeong
    • Woohyounggisa : 12 pyeong
    • Mooring: 940 pyeong
    • Restaurants: 48 pyeong
    • Parking: 860 pyeong
  • An average releases per day: 350 heads
  • An average business per day: 280 heads
  • Method of business: Auction or brokerage
  • Opening Hour
    • March ~ April, September ~ October - 06:00 ~ 17:00
    • May ~ August- 05:00 ~ 17:00
    • January ~ February, November ~ December - 07:00 ~ 17:00

What is Gaya Green Pork?

Gaya Green Pork the top-quality pork, sanitary and chemical-free standard pork, from Goryeong, Hapcheon and Seongju area. (Standard pork: alive female hog or wild male pork between 105~120 kg) Anyone who tries Gaya Green Pork will fall into the charm of its taste.

This is harmful residual material tested. Gaya Green Pork is processed only by female hog or castrated pig so it doesn’t smell and have ‘excellent’ taste. This is directly supplied to distributors and the market, so the price is cheaper.

Based on the government specified pork quality improvement organization, this is a clean meat produced under systematic technique instruction on same breed and same food and have conducted antibiotic residue tests.

Gaya Green Pork uses 100% chemical-free standard pork and has the best meat.

Gaya Green Pork is a meat from Goryeong Livestock Cooperative.

Strict manufacturing program by phases

  1. Ingredient production (quality improvement complex)
    Stocked chemical-free clean pork from pig special farmers, a quality improvement organization
  2. Mooring
    The clean pork, that are transported from quality improvement organization, will be moored for 4 hours then will have sufficient shower and rest then improve meat quality through production prevent of PSE meat and prevent from unnecessary pollution when butchering
  3. Butchering
    This is a modern livestock joint market and have done antibiotic prevention test (TLC) when butchering to improve the meat quality and safe and hygienic work process
  4. Refrigerating system
    After the butchering, quickly cool the temperature of conductor to prevent the change of meat and to minimize the growth of microorganisms
  5. Partial meat process
    Process delicious and fresh pork by parts by strict and hygiene quality control
  6. Delivery and Sale
    Transfer refrigerated or frozen part of meat as a box to a container, refrigerator car, or freezer car and it wouldn’t be cut at the market and all salespeople will be trained constantly for hygiene management of meat.
Content Inquiries
Pyo Yong-soo [City History Compilation Committee Tel :051-888-3467]
Last Modified
December 11, 2009
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