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Batch of Oxford Sandy and Black weaners has arrived

Our new batch of OSB weaners arrived on Sunday, you always forget, how small they are then. We were very happy with the batch we had last year, so we got this lot from the same breeder. 67 more words

Free Range Meat

Ever wonder what a pig eats?

You don’t? Oh…well I am going to tell you anyways! This is our first time growing pigs and it was definitely a trail and error process. 567 more words

How do we eat them?

How do we eat them?

It’s a very common question we get from almost everyone who comes out to our farm. It is usually asked in a hushed tone and hesitantly but its one we do not mind answering. 221 more words

Ecological Farming

Eat at joes in amsterdam

Here I am in amsterdam .. It’s rainy and cold off the canals.. Yet hey. It’s such a lovely place.. Just so pretty ..

Good home style food was needed though so eat at joes it is.. 166 more words

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Planning season

Every season has its own joys and struggles. Winter has more warm, cozy fireside reading time with our wonderful children. But it also comes with the work of preparing for the season ahead. 239 more words

Sausage rolls for breakfast

Mrs Fitz has returned home from work as she really is not well. A terrible cough coldy thing that kept her up most of the night.. 133 more words

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South Vietnam study shows pig production still most profitable in country's livestock sector

Under the REVALTER project, the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), with other partners including French and Vietnamese research organizations, is working to improve livestock development in Vietnam, specifically in the pig value chain. 447 more words

LGI

Julie Mateo reblogged this on ILRI Asia and commented:

Another blog article on pig value chain in Vietnam written by ILRI's Dorine Odongo (communications and knowledge management specialist) for the CGIAR Research Program on Livestock and Fish.