Between the Species 8 (4):5 (1992)

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Gary Comstock
North Carolina State University
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The paper argues that we should not genetically engineer hogs to suit the preferences of farmers and consumers.
Keywords animal rights  genetic engineering of animals  pigs  transgenic animals
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