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Image description: These pigs are pasture raised by a 3rd generation farmer at Keenbell Farm in Rockville, VA. Raising pigs on pastures reduces odor problems, and avoids hazardous waste issues by distributing the manure. Pastures are rotated at least every 90 days to allow the grass and land to regrow.
Photo by Lance Cheung, U.S. Department of Agriculture

Image description: These pigs are pasture raised by a 3rd generation farmer at Keenbell Farm in Rockville, VA. Raising pigs on pastures reduces odor problems, and avoids hazardous waste issues by distributing the manure. Pastures are rotated at least every 90 days to allow the grass and land to regrow.

Photo by Lance Cheung, U.S. Department of Agriculture

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