Pigs and willow go well together

Energy crops can become the new partners in organic pig farming. Tentative results from trials with free-ranging pigs look promising.
Tuesday 7 July 2009 (8 years 10 months 13 days ago)
Energy crops can become the new partners in organic pig farming. Tentative results from trials with free-ranging pigs look promising.

For several weeks during the spring, pigs at the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, Aarhus University, have ranged freely in a mini forest of energy crops so the scientists could observe how the pigs react when they have free access to the plants and if they damage the plants in any way.

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