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Re: Recycled Hog Wastes, intensive animal production, urban ag
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- Subject: Re: Recycled Hog Wastes, intensive animal production, urban ag
- From: "John Lozier" <JLISTS@wvnvm.wvnet.edu>
- Date: Thu, 18 Sep 1997 09:52:14 -0400 (EDT)
- In-Reply-To: Message of 09/15/97 at 22:24:08 from email@example.com
Thanks to Rich Molini for his remarks.
On the topic of intensive animal production, changing the focus slightly,
I noticed a few days ago that Bill Duesing's commentary says Hong Kong
produces 2/3 of its own poultry as well as half its fresh produce.
Remarkable figures! I'd like to see more about the Hong Kong farming
system. I can see veggies being grown in small spaces, on balconies, etc.
But what is the Hong Kong poultry production system? I imagine it must
be based on feeding imported grains. My hunch is that most of it is
intensive-confinement, like here.
West Virginia University