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From Britain’s farmyards to its shop shelves, confidence is in short supply

Amid warnings of shortages and culls, farmers, grocers and shoppers in Norfolk talk about how the crisis is affecting them

Norfolk is the heart of pig country. “Every other farm round here has pigs,” says Tom Wright, looking at his empty sheds. Next week 2,000 piglets will arrive, weighing 8kg each. In five months, they’ll be 110kg and ready for the supermarkets.

If there are any butchers, that is.

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