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1. ANIMAL PEOPLE I March 08 Heparin crisis rekindles concern about disease from...
for humans in pigs, citing concern about the risk of accidentally transmitting pig endogenous retroviruses into humans. Called PERVs for short, pig endogenous retroviruses do not harm pigs,
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2. ANIMAL PEOPLE I Jan.-Feb. 07 Feral pigs become scapegoats—in the U.S. ...
Common domestic pigs also hybridize with Arkansas razorbacks, existing feral pig populations, and even with dumped or escaped ex-pet Vietnamese potbellied pigs. Among the many different pig strains
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3. ANIMAL PEOPLE I Jan.-Feb. 07 Indian street pigs are mostly not feral
would consume 26,000 pigs per year." Just one confinement barn may hold that many pigs in the U.S., China, and other pork-eating nations. The pigs' effluent might be noticed, but the pigs themselves
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4. ANIMAL PEOPLE I JUNE 2010
of conditions at a pig breeding facility based in County Cavan, Ireland "came about when an employee contacted ARAN to report pigs had been killed with sledgehammers," said ARAN founder John Carmondy. The pig farm worker also
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5. ANIMAL PEOPLE I Jan.-Feb. 07 Developing compassion for feral pigs
compassion for feral pigs Here come the pigs! Nobody expected feral pigs and street pigs to become a ubiquitous humane concern in the early 21st century--but not because of indifference toward
http://www.animalpeoplenews.org/07/1/editorialferalpigs1_07.html - 26.1kb

6. ANIMAL PEOPLE I May 2009
might be associated with pig farming. But Rabadan's finding did not point directly toward factory pig farming, or even to pig farming per se. "My group and I are analyzing the recent sequences from the isolates in Texas and California
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7. ANIMAL PEOPLE I March 2009
fronts, the British Pig Executive and the National Pig Association, may not advertise that "British Pig farms have very high welfare standards, assured by the Quality Standard Mark," the Advertising Standards Authority ruled
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8. Animal People Online » Editorial feature: Who is speaking out for pigs...
a farmer raising one or two pigs to pig farming on a grand scale.  However,  the factory farming of pigs has led to an increase in their incidence of disease and death,  which has deteriorated the level of animal welfare on pig farms.  The
http://www.animalpeoplenews.org/anp/2011/07/26/editorial-feature-who-is-speaking-out-for-pigs-who-is-eating-them/ - 55.3kb

9. ANIMAL PEOPLE I JUNE 2009
transmitted to the pigs by a farm carpenter who had recently visited the infected region in Mexico. All of the pigs promptly recovered, but the farm was indefinitely quarantined. As ongoing pig births combined with inability to send
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10. ANIMAL PEOPLE I Jan.-Feb. 07 Which wild pigs are running amok in Malaysia? ...
clear is which wild pigs are the culprits. Malaysia has native warty pigs and bearded pigs, as well as abundant feral domestic pigs--and they can hybridize. The warty pigs and bearded pigs are
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