Introduction Raising pigs can sound like a challenging task, especially when commercial farms are always under close scrutiny since flu outbreaks sparked from mass-produced meat. However, by raising a pig or two on your own, you have complete control and oversight on how it is
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Unlike domestic animals, pigs raised for meat production require extra attention. You reap what you sow, so it makes sense to put in more effort for top-quality pork.
In this article, we will be zoning into the friendly Yorkshire Pig, and why it’s a great breed to work with if you’re new to acting for pigs.
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Raising animals for meat production is a special experience. It’s not an experience for everyone and some might be completely unable to take part in such an activity. However, there is something completely special and enriching about the entire journey and experience. You are able