A family-run farm in Australia's New South Wales is a blueprint for pig farming: rare breed Berkshires roam around 100 acres of pasture, eating—among other things—grass and dirt. They also take excess food from local suppliers. In return they fertilize and rotovate, repairing the earth as they go.
Flinders Island farmers face feral pig peril ABC Local Thirty years ago the Australian movie, Razorback, terrified viewers with the exploits of a gigantic wild boar tearing around the outback and devouring all in its path.
Christien Meindertsma, author of "Pig 05049" looks at the astonishing afterlife of the ordinary pig, parts of which make their way into at least 185 non-pork products, from bullets to artificial hearts.
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