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swill

cooked edible garbage fed to pigs.
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This is in addition to existing swill feeding penalties of up to $17,713 for farmers.
It was at the annualWoodFest fair in Asaph last year that she discovered swill baskets have a unquely Welsh heritage.
But following an appeal in Farm & Country, he tracked down a North Wales swill basket belonging to Gwenda Davies, 78, of Bylchau, Denbigh.
The Association of Swill Users said the outcome "defied logic" and vowed to continue its fight on behalf of farmers who had lost everything.
Unlike other farmers, the pig swill users were not compensated for their loss of earnings by the Government.
Suppliers and users of swill containing meat are currently required to be licensed, to submit to quarterly inspections and to heat-treat the slops to 100C to kill off bugs.
As a young bank executive, Swill originated CMBS loans.
It therefore beggars belief that a government inspection just four weeks earlier led to a further licence being issued allowing the feeding of swill to pigs to continue.
Trading standards officers from Northumberland County Council filmed the stomach-churning scenes on February 24, 2001 ( four days into the foot and mouth crisis and a month after the farm's swill feeding licence was renewed by Government agents.
Former world junior champion Mark Lewis-Franci swill defend his 100 metres title in what should be a weekend's feast of sprinting at the Norwich Union British Trials and Championships.
49 Morrisons and Sainsbury's) AFTER a big swill in the glass there is a release of toffee with a smattering of burnt jam.
At the news of perestroika and Gorbachev's intention to start scrapping his warheads, did Washington officialdom don funny hats, swill champagne, and run out to foxtrot through the streets?