He relies on his sight, hearing, and sense of smell to locate sows that are ready for his advances. His sense of smell must be really good because he finds sows down the road on other farms and makes babies there too!
My neighbor hates Tamworth pigs. He has worked for years to develop what he calls a nice line of Hampshire pigs.
For some reason he thinks my boar coming down and making Tamworth x Hampshire piglets is an intrusion. He doesn't want my genetics contaminating the genetics he's developing. He has went as far as saying my boar is trespassing! Hey I try to contain him but I can't control the wind for crying out loud.
I think he should admit he's using my genetics (which are clearly superior) and give me the pigs. If he breeds those babies my boar made he has stolen my genetics. Unless he wants to pay me what I say those genetic are worth.
Even if we can't come to an agreement he should at least admit that it's not posing a threat to the local environment or human health.
Hey this is America. Free enterprise allows me to let my boar run loose and spread his genetics.
How do you like my story so far?
I bet you're thinking I've lost my mind!
You see that's exactly what's happening with genetically modified (GMO) corn. We are in real danger of it contaminating the entire corn crop in the United States.
Did you know traces of GMO contamination has been found in Mexico's native corn varieties?
If companies want to develop GMO crops that's fine. Keep them in a hermetically sealed environment that guarantees it won't contaminate other folk's crops who don't want it, don't believe it is safe, and certainly don't want to eat it knowingly.
It's time to educate ourselves about genetic engineering. Take some time and do the research, find out what's really going and make an educated decision. Practically every other developed country in the world has done just that, and they said 'no thanks.'
Until next time…
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