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hog

(hôg, hŏg)
n.
a. Any of various mammals of the family Suidae, which includes the domesticated pig as well as wild species, such as the wild boar and the warthog.
b. A domesticated pig weighing over 54 kilograms (120 pounds).
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At present, some areas in the country remain quarantined because of reports of the rising number of hog deaths in their localities.
The first trick to in-ground hog roasting is to trim almost all the fat off the animal.
Chen confirmed the drop in prices and attributed this to 'softening demand,' which he said was caused by news reports about the hog disease.
Garcia issued Executive Order 14 last week, which orders a ban on the entry of pork products and live hogs in the province for 100 days amid the African Swine Fever scare.
Some private groups have provided disinfectants and have been policing raisers who still use swill to feed pigs, said Chester Warren Tan, president of the National Federation of Hog Producers Inc.
The Hog Ranch Gold Project provides camp-scale opportunities for small and large low-grade surface projects in addition to exciting high-grade underground epithermal deposits.
Wild hogs are becoming increasingly bothersome to residents of Orchid Island.
According to a senior Chinese official, the outbreak of African swine fever damaged huge volumes of China's hog herd population at least 10 percent in the first quarter.
At present, there are more than 500 hog deer present at Lahore Zoo, Safari Park, Jalhu Park and different government breeding centers in the province.
A few years back, a friend invited me to try nighttime hog hunting with thermal optics.
Using the sophisticated technology, Hog Patrol hunters get a chance to try the hunting equipment before they buy it, Washburn notes.