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Commercial hog farmers feed lots of surplus food once intended for humans, including stale and cast-off items, such as ready-to-eat breakfast cereal.

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Pigs can eat anything we can eat. They love vegetable or fruit scraps from the kitchen (just like chickens do!). But there are pre-made foods sold at feed stores that also contain their daily requirements as well as trace minerals to keep them healthy. Generally, it's best to feed them the pre-mixed feed and just supplement with table scraps.

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Pig eat and eat and eat. Grubs, grain, fruit, carrion, and if you want a laugh give it a swallow of beer....

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Pigs will eat anything organic

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I think your best bet would be to find a specialist web site detailing the why's and wherefores of pig breeding so you don't accidentally feed something that may contravene the food legislation.

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How to solve this problem in a different way,A FARM BOY TENDS PIGS AND CHICKENS IN THEIR YARD,hE COUNTED 21 HEADS AND 54 FEET. hOW MANY PIGS AND CHICkENs ARE THERE?pls.share me a strategy without using...


P = number of pigs

Then P is the number of pig-heads, and 4*P is the number of pigs-feet.

C = number of chickens

Then C is the number of chicken-heads, and 2*C is the number of chicken-feet.

Thus: 21 = P + C

Equivalently: 42 = 2*P + 2*C

Also: 54 = 4*P + 2*C

Thus (54-42) = 4*P + 2*C - 2*P - 2*C

Factoring: 12 = 2*P + ( 2*C - 2*C)

Reducing: 6 = P
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Or, do it on graph-paper, with 'P' on the X-axis and 'C' on the Y-axis,
and each unit representing one animal (pig or chicken).

Draw one line between (0,21) and (21,0) (no pigs & 21 chickens, versus 21 pigs & 0 chickens)

Draw one line between (0,27) [no pigs and 27 pairs of chicken-feet]
and (13,1) [13 pigs have 52 feet, with 1 pair of chicken-feet]

The two lines cross at exactly one point on the graph, namely at the solution.
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