Belgorodsky Bacon

December 16, 2008 12:01 am Published by 1 Comment

This news comes straight out of the Volokonovsky district of the Belgorod Region. (Awww yeah, boiiieeees! Put yo hands up for da Belgorod Region!) In a very poorly written article from we get a somewhat confusing but nonetheless interesting story about a brand new pre-bacon farm in Russia’s Southwest region – which is different from the American Southwest in that it has pig farms and no Grand Canyon or Walk of Fame.

This new facility can foster up to 16 thousand piglets at a time! These piglets will eventually be transferred to a fattening house when they reach a weight of 35Kg. The entire complex apparently produces up to 60 thousands tons of pig per year, which leads to a whole lot of bacon.

Russia is doing its part to bring bacon to all the citizens of the world, and for this, we offer everyone in Belgorod a heartfelt “Spasibo”!

— Mr. B

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  • Lars Vargas says:

    “Very poorly written” … Huh?

    It wasn’t that bad. Sure, it wasn’t Strunk & White perfect, but it was readable. I got the point. I’d like to see how your articles turn out if you had to write them in Russian. 🙂

    We shouldn’t point out the flaws of our formerly-communist friends, but should concentrate on embracing their love of smoked pork bellies. It was a GREAT article. Not to mention an entire site about Russian meat, even if it’s focused on importing meat. That’s still pretty cool.

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