let's talk farm animals

Why eating like a pig costs big

Steve Buist, Hamilton Spectator, 2021.05.30

It’s 7 a.m. on Monday, Jan. 21, and it’s one of the coldest mornings of the winter so far. The snow crunches under foot, there’s just a hint of grey light along the eastern horizon and an icy mist rises off the nearby Grand River.

Two gleaming silver tanker trucks from the Wallenstein feed company have already started emptying their loads into the metal silos at Curtiss Littlejohn’s pig farm in the hamlet of Glen Morris.


Posted by FFC on July 22nd, 2009 :: Filed under Canada,Family vs factory farming,Farm life,Innovation and technology,Pork
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Jeff Butchers Builds Cow Comfort from the Ground Up

By Suzanne Atkinson - AgriNews Contributor, Eastern Ontario AgriNews
June, 2008

Bart Nelson is bored. So are his cows.

On a day that could be fraught with bawls of distressed cattle, classic man vs. beast battles of brawn and lost production, boredom is a good thing.


Posted by FFC on July 13th, 2009 :: Filed under Uncategorized
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