Young pigs cluster in a pen on a Duplin County farm. A grant proposal written by N.C. State University scientists and funded by Murphy-Brown, a subsidiary of Smithfield Foods, looks to produce byproducts from the animals’ waste that would make it cheaper to raise hogs. But it also notes that the potential benefits include reducing pollution.
Young pigs cluster in a pen on a Duplin County farm. A grant proposal written by N.C. State University scientists and funded by Murphy-Brown, a subsidiary of Smithfield Foods, looks to produce byproducts from the animals’ waste that would make it cheaper to raise hogs. But it also notes that the potential benefits include reducing pollution. cliddy@newsobserver.com
Young pigs cluster in a pen on a Duplin County farm. A grant proposal written by N.C. State University scientists and funded by Murphy-Brown, a subsidiary of Smithfield Foods, looks to produce byproducts from the animals’ waste that would make it cheaper to raise hogs. But it also notes that the potential benefits include reducing pollution. cliddy@newsobserver.com