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Pigs (Offal And Flare)

Volume 440: debated on Wednesday 23 July 1947

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asked the Minister of Food what is the ruling concerning the killing of pigs belonging to individuals with regard to the ownership of the offal including the flare; and why the Dunmow Flitch becon factory keep the flare and the Bury St. Edmunds bacon factory allow the individual to keep it.

Offal including flare belongs to the owner of the pig, but by private arrangement with the curer the offal and flare may be given up in payment for the services of slaughtering and curing.