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Hogwashed Series Documents 

In the interest of transparency, the INDY is publishing source documents, scientific journal articles, interview and email transcripts, and full statements from Smithfields Foods and the N.C. Pork Council related to our three-part Hogwashed series. This is in addition to the newspaper and journal articles and data linked in the online versions of our stories.

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I am an N.C. hog farmer. If you are deemed to be a part of a problem, then it makes …

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by Ray Ulansey on Hogwashed, Part 3: Solutions Exist for the Hog Industry’s Waste-Management Problem. Why Aren’t They Being Used? (Special Investigation)

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I am an N.C. hog farmer. If you are deemed to be a part of a problem, then it makes …

by Tom Thomas Butler on Hogwashed, Part 3: Solutions Exist for the Hog Industry’s Waste-Management Problem. Why Aren’t They Being Used? (Special Investigation)

In the early to mid 1990's I came upon an investment opportunity in a process called Bio-Remediation which touted it's …

by Ray Ulansey on Hogwashed, Part 3: Solutions Exist for the Hog Industry’s Waste-Management Problem. Why Aren’t They Being Used? (Special Investigation)

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per 180 pound average pig is …

by Chris Tiffany on Hogwashed, Part 2: Environmental Advocates Say Hog Facilities’ Antiquated Waste-Disposal Systems Are Threatening the State’s Waterways (Special Investigation)

The Neuse river also passes through major municipalities like Raleigh, Goldsboro, Kinston and New Bern who are legally allowed to …

by William Shaw on Hogwashed, Part 2: Environmental Advocates Say Hog Facilities’ Antiquated Waste-Disposal Systems Are Threatening the State’s Waterways (Special Investigation)

"Pigs-a-mile" -- Not to trivialize a serious problem
(I've smelled that sh!t),
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by Chris Tiffany on Hogwashed, Part 2: Environmental Advocates Say Hog Facilities’ Antiquated Waste-Disposal Systems Are Threatening the State’s Waterways (Special Investigation)

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