Exporting 90% of its pork production to countries in and out of the EU, Denmark tends to be ahead of the game when it comes to food safety, environmental protection and animal welfare. But with the requirement to replace sow stalls with group pens due to be implemented by the European Commission in January 2013, the Danish pig industry is facing unprecedented challenges.
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