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  • #4604

    Anonymous

    Hello – can anyone let me know what they do with the disposal of
    their newborn dead piglets or piglets that are lied on by their
    mother. I have contacted DEFRA and although the person I talked
    to was very nice, he said to either contact NSPCA or my local
    vet. When I contact my local vet, they advised either the local hunt
    yard or a company that take away fallen stock. What do other people
    do? Many thanks Tess

    #9010

    High Green Farm
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    Tess. To remain within the law then I think the “official” answer you will get is exactly below….hunt or someone who deals with fallen stock. In terms of the cost, the hunt is likely to be the best option, especially if you can deliver.

    Others may offer other advice, though probably not in an open forum….


    James Tucker
    High Green Farm
    Suffolk

    #9014

    Anonymous

    MANY THANKS FOR YOUR REPLY AND I SHOULD HAVE SAID RSPCA AND NOT NSPCA!!
    THANKS TESS

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