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Waterlogged Field with Wild Boar109 viewsThe recent heavy rains were too much for the land drains in this field. (On the day this photo was taken -- January 13 2008 -- the River Severn, just down the road from us, flooded over its banks into parts of the City of Worcester.)
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Stones From An Ancient Civilisation?100 viewsWe tried concrete blocks as a foundation for the wild boar pig arcs (or huts). This is what the wild boar thought of that plan.
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Using the Tractor to Move a Pig Arc120 viewsThe wild boar move the pig arcs everywhere. We're moving this one (with the help of the tractor) from a wet part of the field to a drier part, with fresh straw.
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Fresh Straw for the Pig Arcs151 viewsLaying a bed of fresh straw on drier ground, and then getting ready to move a pig arc on top of it.
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Kalvin and the Wild Boar138 views
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Kalvin and the Wild Boar480 views
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Wild Boar Interested in the Straw118 viewsNewly-moved pig arc with bed of fresh straw.
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Wild Boar Piglet Hiding His Nose106 views
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Wild Boar Piglet Hiding87 viewsBut I can see him....
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Wild Boar Piglet404 views
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The path into the pig arcs84 viewsThe pig arcs are located on the upper part of the field, so the water should drain away. The hard core will be compacted on Monday.
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The hard standing beneath the pig arcs92 viewsNot yet compacted with the roller --- a task for Monday.
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