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Anyone tried producing Iberian pigs on eastern deciduous forest acorns?

 
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I've read about the Spanish dehesa agrosilvopastoral system and was wondering if anyone has attempted a parallel version in the eastern U.S. oak-dominated woodlands? Has anyone produced Iberian pigs? I'm assuming they are a special breed with special considerations?
 
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