For many people, the ribs of a particular animal are the most prominent articulation points. The ribs of a cow, for example, are the most prominent points to consider when you’re butchering a cow. This is the kind of thing you can do when you’re butchering a cow. The ribs of a pig, however, are not as prominent.
The ribs of a hog are considered a separate joint, and not part of a rib as the ribs of cows and pigs. That is to say, the ribs of a pig do not articulate directly with the sternum. Instead, they articulate with the backbone. The pig ribs also have a set of muscles that attach to the pig’s ribs to help it breathe.
So how do they do this? Well, here’s one answer: they have a set of bones that attach to the ribs. They call these bones the “sternum.” These bones are not part of the ribs, the ribs simply attach to them. However, they are actually part of the sternum.