Nov 11th 2009 11:07AM OK inbreeding DOES increase the risk the offspring will have defects. Why? well say pig x is the mother pig, she gives birth to pig y and pig z. both of those pigs have a recessive gene for something like bad hips, so if you breed them together you get a 1/4th chance that their piglets will have bad hips. its genetics. i should know i raised showpigs for 5 years outbreeding CAN cause issues but they are no greater then breeding two pigs from the same breed and different families.
Jun 7th 2009 3:57PM Dont be a dick. I came from a home that was falling around my head, I would have KILLED to live in a nice trailer park. Thats insulting to say everyone on welfare dosnt care, if I had not had social security disability as a chils I WOULD NOT HAVE LIVED. So dont think everyone on welfare is bad some of us are honestly trying to get up and make it better.
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