pigfeed

pigfeed

(ˈpɪɡˌfiːd)
n
(Agriculture) food for pigs
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The pork industry had already significantly reduced its footprint by using co-products and recycling grain and dairy waste for pigfeed, said Bpex head of marketing Chris Lamb.
How strange, I thought; surely most books are sold in urban areas, along with just about every commodity in Britain, other than pigfeed.
OONHEED PIGFEED SNIFFED SPONGED SPOOFED SPOOKED SPOOLED SPOONED TROLLED USKIBA(vf) VOLIAED(vf) VROOMED WOOLLED WRONGED YSPONNE ZYXOMMA (NZ)
In Silkeborg, for instance, the chair of the housewives' association, Grethe Madsen, realized that much of the rubbish that was thrown away could be re-used: the rags and iron in factories and the food waste as pigfeed on farms.
A scene featuring hungry pigs and human pigfeed also had people screaming and covering their eyes.
In the countryside, old "feudal" ills run rampant--wife-beating, the merchandising of women's bodies like pigfeed, rank poverty.
We even use broken potatoes by passing them back through the chain for pigfeed.
And last week a Commons Select Committee report criticised retailers for undermining the introduction of animal welfare legislation and failing to support the industry when pigfeed prices soared.
But the other calamitous year to which we should refer is 200l, when the UK banned the use of food waste in pigfeed in response to FMD.
Hoggarth believes continuing consolidation is inevitable and says that he is able to cite examples in every sector in which the company is active --including the pigfeed agribusiness where it has its roots.
Public unease appeared likely to increase as The Grocer went to press following emergence in Ireland of a bizarre scandal prompted by reports of stray dogs ending up in pigfeed.