Pigs intensive farm
In the world, pig meat is the most commonly eaten. According to sources USDA infact, it is estimated that were raised in 2010, 1,185,848,000 pigs. China and European Union are those who raise more pigs, followed by the United States, Russia, Brazil and Canada. In Italy, according to Istat and Eurostat, in 2010 were 13,760,401 hogs slaughtered. In this specific case, this work was carried out in a huge intensive farming of Lombardy, with the activists of animal rights association 'Nemesi Animale' - http://www.nemesianimale.net - who denounce the appalling conditions in which live pigs and animals in general. 90% of pork that comes on our plates in fact, comes from intensive factory farms. The peculiarity of intensive farming is that they are real industries for the production of animals, divided into specific compartments: the reproduction department and the fattening department.
The hygiene conditions are very bad: hundreds of cockroaches and flies, dead puppies inside and outside the cages. The vaginas of infected sows and swollen by continuous artificial inseminations. Hot and unbearable stench. The life of these animals is constantly in cages so narrow not to give any chance of movement, without ever having the chance to see the light of the sun and live naturally.