There's A Lesson To Be Learned When Transporting Hot Pig Slop

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The production process involved in making pig slop is a nasty and, likely, a stinky one. But we never thought the transportation of such nauseating edibles would be even more dirty than making it!


Shot on a Las Vegas pig farm for the BBC's Newsnight, Justin Rowlatt, the host, demonstrates the process involved in creating pig slop; from the delivery of leftover food from local restaurants to the transportation of the final product.

While the entire involved process of creating the food is nasty in its own right, it's as if Rowlatt never even considered, not for one minute, what could happen if he... well, we'd hate to ruin it for you, so you'll just have to see for yourselves. [via snotr]


jpech uses the air pedal when he wants to go fast

This actually pisses me off, I grew up on a hog farm, and this guy is completely batshit insane. Please understand this. Hogs are not raised this way, they are not fed like this. They are generally fed a dry feed that is mostly ground corn, soybean meal, and vitamins/minerals/protein supplements.