We hide animal tongues in our friend's lunch and de-plug pig hair from broken machines.
In this episode of Symptomatic, Motherboard visits Plum Island.
Then we look at Swiss artist Namsa Leuba's South African photo diary and Motherboard explains how the Plum Island Animal Disease Center became a potential terrorist target.
A new study by researchers at the University of Cambridge shows that if the EU would lift its pigswill ban and use new technologies to heat treat food waste for use as pig food, almost 2 million hectares of land would be saved.
The lifting of the ban was met with muted enthusiasm from Argentina's beef producers, who say their government has over-regulated and hurt their industry. Producers expect to make $280 million a year once imports resume.