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Many piglets drown, others evacuated from flooding in Thailand


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The current flooding in many parts of Thailand is not only affecting humans, property and farmland, but has also led to the drowning of many farm animals, such as pigs, as their owners are unable to evacuate them to safety in time.

 

In Bo Ploy district, of the western province of Kanchanaburi, over 3,600 piglets at a farm in Loom Rung sub-district drowned in a metre of floodwater.

 

Workers and livestock officials tried to evacuate the remaining 10,000 piglets and 2,800 adult pigs to another farm yesterday (Tuesday), which is not yet flooded, but evacuation is not easy because the beasts have to be taken by boat to be loaded onto a waiting truck for transport to the other pig farm.

 

Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/many-piglets-drown-others-evacuated-from-flooding-in-thailand/

 

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33 minutes ago, hotchilli said:

They've been warned for days that rain and flash floods were coming.

But sadly, these people do not react to such warnings.

Instead, they allow their Stock to perish, then whine and bitch about the floods and go looking for Government Compensation.

 

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6 minutes ago, Cake Monster said:

But sadly, these people do not react to such warnings.

Instead, they allow their Stock to perish, then whine and bitch about the floods and go looking for Government Compensation.

 

"these people"? 

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4 hours ago, Cake Monster said:

But sadly, these people do not react to such warnings.

Instead, they allow their Stock to perish, then whine and bitch about the floods and go looking for Government Compensation.

 

How easy do you think it is to relocate 15,000 pigs?

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4 hours ago, Neeranam said:

"these people"? 

These people i think is a reference to people who overlook the fact flood water is coming and there animals are about to perish

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