hog1

hog1

see also swine, pig.

hog1 badger
see hog badger.
hog1 cholera
see classical swine fever.
hog1 holder
a flexible wire cable is welded to one end of a strong steel tube, looped on itself and passed up the tube. At its emergence a crossbar handle is fixed. The loop is passed over the hog's upper snout and the cable is pulled tight. The person pulling on the holder pulls one way, the hog pulls the other and complete restraint is achieved, that is provided the hog does not decide to rush forwards.
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Hog holder. By permission from Hall L, Clarke KW, Trim C, Veterinary Anaesthesia, Saunders, 2000
pygmy hog1
sussalvanius.
hog1-tied
all four feet are tied together so that the animal is unable to rise.
wart hog1
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