Hungarian, Spanish farmers discuss business in Madrid

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Hungarian and Spanish farmers met yesterday at a conference in Madrid to discuss cooperation in preserving traditional pig breeds, according to the Hungarian embassy in Madrid, Hungarian news agency MTI reported.

Hungarians who raise Mangalitsa, a breed distinguished by its curly coat and prized for its marbled meat, and Spanish farmers who raise Iberian pigs that traditionally range in sparse oak forest met at the conference, which was organized by the embassy, Hungaryʼs farm ministry, Magyar Turizmus and the National Association of Mangalitsa Farmers.

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