The porcine breeding relates to the fact of raising pigs (Known scrofa domesticus) with the profit of the human ones.
HistoryIts breeding dates from the sedentarisation of the human ones, since it is not able to transplant. It is attested in the old Egypt. It was developed in the Empire Romain, in particular in Gaulle and in the South Asia is.
Le process of breeding led to the Domestication and the emergence of specialized races.
- Meat: It is the paramount production. It gave place to specialized processes of conservation of the meat by Salaison and Fumage: the Pork-butchery.
- Silks: They are used for the manufacture of hairbrushes or brushes.
- Manure: In the traditional breeding, the pig is high with human food waste (peelings, remainders of table…) and contributes to the fertilization of the family kitchen garden. Currently, the liquid manure produced by the industrial breedings is rather regarded as a waste difficult to eliminate. Tests led to use it in fermenters with Biogaz.
- Hunting: It is about the breeding of Known Scrofa, the Sanglier at ends of repopulation Cynégétique.
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