US pig farmer raises almighty stink with invasion of Poland's countryside

POLAND - The metal hangar juts into the autumnal mist - a 21st century blot on the otherwise medieval landscape of rural western Poland. The barbed wire and watchman indicate a military base, but the stench and the squealing could only come from pigs, thousands of them, packed into this corrugated iron factory.
calendar icon 18 November 2003
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