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7 December 2013 0 View comments A team of feral pig hunters are using technology to win their boar war by sending up remote control airplanes fitted with heat seeking cameras to guide them towards their prey. The wild beasts are a serious problem in
12 November 2013 0 View comments When the Tamworth Two went on the run in 1998 it was to escape the dreaded butcher's knife...The six-month-old sows who broke free from their pen in the Forest of Bowland, Lancaster, were eventually found grazing
Fresh green grass has disappeared and the only evidence of any shrubs is the exposed roots protruding from the carnage. What looks to be the path of a devastating tornado in America's heartland is actually the result of a small group of feral hogs in
Taipei, Oct. 4 (CNA) Taiwan Sugar Corp. (Taisugar) denied on Thursday rumors that the company is involved in pig farming in China "> China through technology-based investment, saying that it complies with domestic laws banning such practices.
Ionia, IA From California's Silicon Valley to the cornfields of Iowa, former computer engineer and now pig farmer, Carl Blake is reinventing the way that Americans eat their pork. Carl Blake, Rustik Rooster Farms Blake breeds Swabian Hall pigs.
Wild hogs have overrun the state so rapidly that in 2011, Texas allowed them to be hunted all year round. The feral hog epidemic even spawned a reality show called Aporkalypse Now , following Ted Nugent as he shoots hogs from a helicopter. But what
Born and raised in the rural town of Rosales, Pangasinan, Philippines, I grew up from childhood to maturity giving valuable significance to the word PIG...My parents inculcated in my mind the value of saving for the future.
The home of miniature pig breeders Vicki and Morry Jackson has been taken over by more than 40 pigs. Mrs Jackson has spent eight years developing new breeds of woolly pigs, which are unique because of their long hair. For the past year, most of them
A father and son duo stand just outside the pigpens in the swine building at the Kane County Fairgrounds, squirting down their five Barrow hogs to keep them cool in the sweltering heat. This is Clay Cargola's second year showing the family's pigs
Baker left the military about nine years ago so he and his wife could start their small farm, which is located in Marion, Mich. "Since then," National Public Radio reports, "he's put a whole lot of love, money and time into developing tasty