Nine workers at a Wheatland pig farm have been charged with animal cruelty. This, following an under-cover investigation done by the Humane Society.
Some of you might be familiar with Wyoming Premium Farms, it's a major pork supplier for companies like Tyson Foods.
The investigation documents the workers kicking, punching and even swinging pigs.
Assistant manager, Shawn Colson, is charged with seven counts of animal cruelty. Most of the others face two to three counts.
If convicted, each could spend up to two years in prison and be fined five-thousand dollars.