USA: Meat producers may snap up alligator recycling bargain
Alligators, long thought of as ferocious swampland predators, are getting an image makeover courtesy of the meat industry. A test farm in the US mid-west, where alligators are as rare as, er, alligators, has forgone the gruesome and wasteful inevitability of burying its dead pigs and piglets, and is instead feeding them to a couple of cold-blooded hired hands.
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