In Guangxi, a province in southern China, a farmer raised a pig that weighs about five hundred kilograms. The peasant intends to continue to breed such huge animals in order to solve the meat problem in his country.
The agricultural sector of China, as well as many other countries, suffered losses from the epidemic of African swine fever, when their livestock decreased significantly. The enterprising farmer decided to catch up - not by number, but by weight. The man came up with his own methods that can quickly increase the pig mass to gigantic proportions.
The Chinese have already presented the first such mumps to the public, but the breeder still prefers not to share his know-how.