Pork has around 0.9 mg per 100 gram serving of iron. It has 0.8 mg in just a 3 oz. serving, which totals 85 grams in all. There is 0.7 mg per pork chop or 79 mg.
Those who want to incorporate more foods that are high in iron into their diet will certainly want to consider increasing the amount of pork they eat. Although there are definitely other meats and foods that have a higher iron content, pork as a whole is good for you in moderation.
Those who have a high cholesterol level though will probably want to avoid eating a lot of it.