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Get Those Pigs Stoned!

"(Reuters) - With Washington state about to embark on a first-of-its-kind legal market for recreational marijuana, the budding ranks of new cannabis growers face a quandary over what to do with the excess stems, roots and leaves from their plants.
   Susannah Gross, who owns a five-acre farm north of Seattle, is part of a group experimenting with a solution that seems to make the most of marijuana's appetite-enhancing properties - turning weed waste into pig food.
   Four pigs whose feed was supplemented with potent plant leavings during the last four months of their lives ended up 20 to 30 pounds heavier than the half-dozen other pigs from the same litter when they were all sent to slaughter in March. 'They were eating more, as you can imagine,' Gross said."
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Photo (c) 2012 By Laura Berman
Thanks to Anonymous.


Anonymous said...

Another Use for Shipping Containers
five shipping containers buried under


Anonymous said...

thought of this post, maybe it could apply to goats to....

Goats Used For Christmas Tree Recycling


Anonymous said...

More on Goats

Sacramento County Ditches Lawn Mowers For Goats



Anonymous said...

those stoned pigs would love it in Kazakhstan


City-goers In Kazakhstan Surprised To Find Flowerbeds Thriving With Marijuana

government has launched an investigation to determine whether or not it was a mistake that they made or if it was an act of guerrilla gardening

Anonymous said...

Guess those Pig Stoners would love Vancouver too...


Marijuana found growing in Vancouver traffic circle

A number of robust cannabis plants were found nestled amongst other flowers and ornamental grasses in a public traffic circle near Vancouver’s residential Mt. Pleasant neighbourhood.

grin...now get those pigs out there.

Anonymous said...

first it was pigs...now a horse...


Horse that threw groom likely stoned,


Anonymous said...

Maybe it was one "happy" dog?


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