A dead piglet outside the piggery - Many piglets don't survive for longer than a few days or weeks. Stillborn piglets, runt piglets and those who die from illness, injury or workers are collected in buckets before being dumped. These buckets and the piles of dead piglets are often predated on by cats, rats and other animals. - Captured at EcoPiggery, Leitchville VIC Australia.

A dead piglet outside the piggery

Many piglets don't survive for longer than a few days or weeks. Stillborn piglets, runt piglets and those who die from illness, injury or workers are collected in buckets before being dumped. These buckets and the piles of dead piglets are often predated on by cats, rats and other animals.
Album: Eco Piggery - 2024
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Published: Mon 3 Jun 2024 by Farm Transparency Project
Captured/filmed: 2024
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Licence: Creative Commons License
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Country: Australia
Location: EcoPiggery, Leitchville, Victoria, Australia )

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