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Danish bacon: what happens when you push pigs to the absolute limit?

30.11.2019
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Denmark's industrial pig farms are stunningly productive, but there is a dark side to their successLast year, Ole Kjaer was the number one pig farmer in Denmark. Unsurprisingly, in the land of Danish bacon, this is a pretty hotly contested award.The biggest factor in his high profit rate? The astonishing productivity of his pigs. Each of Kjaer's sows produces an average of 41 piglets a year.In the UK, the average sow produces 25.8 pigs a year. In the US that number rises to 26.4. But in Denmark, the world's laboratory for industrial pig farming, the average sow produces 33.3 piglets - and some farmers, like Kjaer, manage to push that figure even higher. Some believe that one day they could even reach the magic number of 50. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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