This has been kicking around our files for years, and it's now obsolete. Dusty's went out of business in 2009, but this image is still instructive.
It demonstrates the same gambit employed by Niku-Mansei and others: by showing a cross-section of pig society—the child-pig holding a balloon, the middle-aged pig playing badminton, and the senile pig buggy-whipping passers-by—it intends to put the best possible light on the consumption of pigs. "The complete spectrum of pigs lives in harmony with the concept of their own inevitable destruction," it announces, "so why shouldn't you? And here, enjoy this old-timey portrait."
Pig society cries out with one voice: Being eaten is right, natural, and expected. It's suitable for the young and old, the mild and the crotchety.