Locals fear the pollution from pig manure, bad smells and flies, which they say the project will bring, and have staged regular protests against it.
The farm is just 350 metres (1,200 feet) from the wells that provide the town of around 7,000 residents with fresh water.
“If the water gets polluted, the village will be ruined,” says Escribano.
“We must put an end to mega-farms,” says Paciencia Talaya of the “Stop Mega-farms” group, which has led opposition to the project.
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Farming was never meant to become factories. God's Law requires the distribution of the land among the people so that they can raise and grow their own livestock and food.
This pig-farm is a perfect example on why this practice is disgusting. Why is it that Jews and Muslims know pork is unclean, yet Christians consider it acceptable. It's not, as per God's Law, which Jesus came to reinstate.
Deut. 14:8 And the swine, because it divideth the hoof, yet cheweth not the cud, it [is] unclean unto you: ye shall not eat of their flesh, nor touch their dead carcase.
Matt. 5:17 Think not that I am come to destroy The Law, or the Prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fully preach The Law (The Torah) and fulfill the prophecies about the first coming of the Messiah.
A Freedom wrote a great article highlighting the perfect healthy diet, and explains why pigs are forbidden to eat -
These kind of agricultural practices were created by the beast-system that wants to control the world by controlling the food.
Brazilian meatpacker JBS has announced plans to acquire Spanish company BioTech Foods, while also creating a new research and development centre in Brazil for lab meat.
Founded in 2017, BioTech Foods operates a pilot plant in the Spanish city of San Sebastián, and is expected to reach commercial production by mid-2024.
The company boasts technology not only for the production of beef protein, but also for chicken, pork and fish.
Under the terms of the transaction, JBS shall become the majority shareholder of BioTech Foods.
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And/or see this article on "Wonderful Engineering" – The World’s Largest Meat Processor Is Entering The 'Cultured Meat' Market