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Barrows and gilts The term 'Barrows and gilts ' as it applies to the area of agriculture can be defined as ' A barrow is a young castrated male hog; a gilt is a young female hog. Both are raised for pork. Market news reports of prices paid for 'barrows and gilts' are of keen interest to producers and packers alike'.
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