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Berkshire breed prized for richness of flavor

By Timothy Q. Cebula
Globe Correspondent / December 1, 2004

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LEE -- A 500-pound Berkshire boar snorts and roots in the cold mud on Leahey Farm here, oblivious of his contribution to the nation's gourmet food scene. The boar recently sired a litter of eight piglets, who now suckle from their mother in a nearby barn. When those piggies go to market in about eight months, they'll fetch two or ... (Full article: 613 words)

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