Pig farmers will take their livestock to the Tsuen Wan slaughterhouse today, ending a four-day dispute over poor services at the Sheung Shui abattoir. The farmers have been protesting since Friday against substandard services at Sheung Shui, arguing that poor management had ruined the quality of the pork. Wong Yung-kan, the legislator representing the agriculture and fisheries constituency, said after yesterday's meeting between the farmers, the Regional Services Department and the operator of both slaughterhouses, Ng Fung Hong, that the dispute was settled, temporarily at least. 'The department and Ng Fung Hong agreed to open an additional production line in Tsuen Wan to deal with the local pigs,' Mr Wong said. A department spokesman said Tsuen Wan's daily capacity of 3,000 pigs would be able to handle the switch. 'Given the worst-case scenario that all local farmers who visit the Sheung Shui slaughterhouse switch to Tsuen Wan, it will only mean it has to deal with 2,900 pigs a day,' he said. The spokesman said improvements would be carried out at Sheung Shui. Department officers raided an illegal slaughterhouse in Lau Shui Heung Road, Fanling, yesterday. No one was inside but a dead pig and four live ones were seized.