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Bigger pig pens create challenges for farmers

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FAIR OAKS, Ind. (AP) — The pork industry is reacting to consumer pressure by investing millions of dollars to give pregnant pigs room to move. They're converting and building barns to put sows in group pens instead of individual stalls too narrow for the animals to turn around. Animal rights activists have been pressuring farmers to stop using gestation stalls. Farmers like Malcolm DeKryger are...

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