A two week old piglet in its stall at one of hog farmer R.C. Hunt's farms near Nashville in Nash Co. NC on July 16, 2014. Hunt talked about international farming issues, including the use of ractopamine, a food ingredient, by U.S. pork producers. The ingredient is banned in parts of Europe.
A two week old piglet in its stall at one of hog farmer R.C. Hunt's farms near Nashville in Nash Co. NC on July 16, 2014. Hunt talked about international farming issues, including the use of ractopamine, a food ingredient, by U.S. pork producers. The ingredient is banned in parts of Europe. Raleigh News & Observer
A two week old piglet in its stall at one of hog farmer R.C. Hunt's farms near Nashville in Nash Co. NC on July 16, 2014. Hunt talked about international farming issues, including the use of ractopamine, a food ingredient, by U.S. pork producers. The ingredient is banned in parts of Europe. Raleigh News & Observer

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