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    Using a shovel, a worker guides pigs onto the back of a truck at an unlicensed hog farm broken up by officials in the Huangpu district of Guangzhou on Dec. 6. Photo: VCG
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Gallery: Authorities Break Up Illegal Hog Farm in Guangzhou

Neighbors complained of the stench from the unlicensed piggery, which was dismantled by local officials on Thursday

12.07.2018
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Using a shovel, a worker guides pigs onto the back of a truck at an unlicensed hog farm broken up by officials in the Huangpu district of Guangzhou on Dec. 6. Photo: VCG
Workers corral pigs at the farm. Nearby residents reported being disturbed by the stench. Photo: VCG
Hogs were crammed into small, unhygienic sheds at the illegal piggery, situated next to Fenghuangshan Park in Guangzhou. Photo: VCG
After passing quarantine, nearly 2,000 pigs were acquired by a local meat-processing factory and sent to the slaughterhouse. Photo: VCG
The hogs are carried away by truck. Photo: VCG

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Gallery: Authorities Break Up Illegal Hog Farm in Guangzhou