There's more than one way to
skin a cat scald a pig, so the story goes.
An integral part of the pig butchering operation, the hair-removal is one of the most talked about aspects of the procedure with everybody having an opinion on the right way to do it.
We 'dunk' our freshly slaughtered pig into a bath of 67 degree Celsius water. Remove him from the water and the hair scrapes off easily.
Yesterday, with a blustery wind present we can only think he cooled too quickly.
Enter the Gilette.
The closest shave a pig can get.