pigs have a BO thats unique to the species. Just like a skunk, if youre ever indeep woods , you can smell wild pigs amile off. Domestic pigs, if raised like I said, (confined in modern houses) will give off very little odors because they are collected and adsorbed onto activated carbon. However, when the liuid manure is spread on the fields "HELEN GET ME MY GASMASK".
We had a picnic here yesterday and I told the guy that uses some of my fields in share cropping to wait till this week to spread his liquid pig ****. He did it today and we have all the windows shut and the AC on. When you go outside for the next 2 days itll smell really bad.
BUT, as I said to Ms F "Id rather have that smell for 5 to 10 days a year rather than a bazillion suburban Mickeymansion homes around us"