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Riana Topan: The life of a pig raised for food

8:30 PM, Tuesday 3 Jul 2018 (20 minutes)
Pigs are very social and intelligent creatures, but modern agricultural practices are poorly aligned to their welfare and behavioural needs. This presentation will discuss the most pressing welfare problems in the ways that pigs are farmed, from the time they are born to the time they are slaughtered.
Bristol Veterinary School (University of Bristol)
Other Participant
Humane Society International/Canada
Other Participant
Worldwide Save Movement
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