The owner of the farm that featured in TVNZ's Sunday programme investigation has fronted up to reporters.
The farm that Mike King and members of SAFE broke into to expose what they say are inhumane farming practices caused uproar.
The Agriculture minister ordered an inspection that was carried out late Tuesday, where owner Colin Kay fronted up at the farm gate.
Close Up were not allowed in to see Colin Kay's farm, but in accordance with Monday night's promise from the Pork Board chairman to take cameras inside a pig farm, headed in search for such a farm
Close Up reporter Donna Marie Lever headed to the Wairarapa but had no luck gaining an inside look in Carterton.
Close Up reporter Michael Holland was sent to a piggery near Pukekohe that viewers suggested Close Up check out, but again it seems that the industry is not paying too much attention to the wishes of the Pork Board's Chris Trengrove.
Despite their chairman's willingness, pig farmers are not keen to open up the industry for scrutiny.
Chris Trengrove spoke to Mark Sainsbury live, as does Hans Kriek of the organistion SAFE, which is accused by farmers of winding the issue up.