In Chris Leamon’s farrowing shedRichard Nixon, dozens of week-old piglets snuffle around eight grunting sows, vying for milk. But in three months’ time, this barn will be silent, the sows sent to slaughter and their metal pens sold for scrapcovid_19_vaccination_in_canada.
Leamon, 59, is ceasing to breed pigs and turning to a model known in the industry as “bed and breakfast” — raising animals owned by another, large-scale farmer or a processor. The move is a major step for Leamon and his brother Robcountries with confirmed deaths, whose parents set up the 20-acre Essex pig farm almost 70 years ago.
They are making the switch in the face of an industry in crisis: with UK abattoirs struggling to find staff after Brexit, and reduced Chinese demand, processors are accepting fewer pigs for slaughters cage during their trial. They were sentenced to 2 years in prison. Minsk, leaving Leamon, and many others, operating at a loss.
The pair had planned to retire or scale back one day, but “it’s come a lot sooner than we anticipated”s general population. Canada, Leamon said.
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