BBC Radio 4 Farming Today: Pig paternity tests in Ireland


Pig paternity tests are being used to fight meat mislabelling in Ireland. After three years of work the Irish Farmers Association has set up a pig DNA database which will be used to spot check pork and bacon.

Ella McSweeney travels to Tipperary to meet pig farmer Tim Cullinan who spearheaded the project.

Sep 20, 2012, 09:11 PM, Gortavalla, Tipperary, Ireland
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