Some articles on pigs, pig:
1915, due to World War I food restrictions and rationing, the German bureaucracy decided to regard pigs as co-eaters with humans and tried to preserve supplies ... As a result, five million pigs were massacred in the so called Schweinemord (German pig massacre) to both make food and preserve grain ... the supply of grain, as officials did not take into account the use of pig manure as fertilizer on small farms ...
... (雲竜 あかり, Unryū Akari?) comes from a long line of trainers who raise and train pigs for sumo-type fighting ... Akari loves pigs, and their potential strength as warriors ... falls for him even more after finding out that his curse transforms him into a small pig ...
... The sheep and pigs graze the grass and leave enriching manure that poultry pick through while also eating the more tender grass ... Sheep do major brush clearing, pigs do the work of tilling, chickens weed and remove insect pests, dogs do guardian and herding duty ... intensive and outdoor piggeries pastured pig farms where pigs are truly raised on pasture getting most or all of their diet from grazing and foraging as innovated at Sugar Mountain Farm in ...
... Jeffries has innovated a number of techniques in pasture raising of pigs with sustainable inputs, contrasting the high input corn/soy diet that has become popular in modern farming ... without the high petroleum or grain inputs normally associated with pigs and chickens ... techniques and approaches cover feeding pasture and hay to pigs, working on a small family accessible scale, direct-marketing of meats to consumers, local stores and chefs, simple ...
... The Three Pigs (introduced 2011) have appeared in the silly song 'Astonishing Wigs' and are set to appear in 'The Little House That Stood' as the Three Little Pigs ...
Famous quotes containing the word pigs:
“The captain sat in a commodores hat
And dined in a royal way
On toasted pigs and pickles and figs
And gummery bread each day.”
—Charles Edward Carryl (18411920)
“The pigs stuck out their little feet and snored.”
—Elizabeth Bishop (19111979)
“The time has come, the Walrus said,
To talk of many things:
Of shoesand shipsand sealing wax
Of cabbagesand kings
And why the sea is boiling hot
And whether pigs have wings.”
—Lewis Carroll [Charles Lutwidge Dodgson] (18321898)