Sunday, 3 March 2013

Silent Sunday





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    1. Thank you, it was so good to see the pigs on solid ground for a change instead of up to their bellies in mud...

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  2. oink oink, bet they were a bit stinky!

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    1. Their not too bad as get mucked out regularly, but do pong a bit in the summer though..

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  3. Great piggy shot. They look very focussed, what were they looking at?

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    1. Thank you,

      Himself was approaching the fence with a barrow full off weeds off the allotment for them.

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  4. Wonderful picture. I have a friend who owns a little teacup pig... He is incredibly cute!

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    1. Thank you,

      These are full size pigs so have none of the health issues of the pigs bred down to teacup size to cater for the whims of the pet market.

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  5. They're lovely, would love to have a pig. I wonder what breed they are, they look quite hairy.

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    1. I'm pretty sure the owner said they were Old Spot/Saddleback crosses. They never used to be hairy I think it must be because its Winer, I'll have to ask her..

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