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Berkshire Boar Having A Laugh2975 views
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Westbrook Settles In2952 viewsWe picked up Westbrook Peter Lad 1st on May 18, 2005. It was his birthday --- he's 11 weeks old. We had an uneventful ride down from his original home in Little Hereford, and he's settled in nicely. We have him in a large stable until he grows a bit larger and can be put out with the bigger pigs.
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Marjorie and the Tamworth Lady2868 viewsMarjorie has shown great wisdom and has worn white trousers out to visit the piggy wiggy. Naturally, the pig's reaction was to coat her nose with mud and then want to show Marjorie how much she is loved. Kissy, kissy . . .
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Underwater Pig2827 viewsTo take the swimming Tamworth pig photo, the pig had to be gently pushed into the heated pool. Marjorie, in full SCUBA gear and with an underwater camera and strobe, waited for the pig to, er, fall. I was surprised at how quickly the pig sank. He then soared to the surface, like a submarine in a Sean Connery movie that's blown its ballast.
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Kurobuta Draft of Pork2710 viewsThe Kurobuta pork belly (or Draft of Pork) cooked with root vegetables.
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Berkshire Piglet and Kune Kune Old Lady2655 viewsThe cute little Berkshire piglet having a bit of a sniff in the mud with my daughter Chase's ugly Kune Kune - Gloucester Old Spot pig.
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Watching the Berkshire Sow2611 viewsThe pig ark has a small window at the end so you can see what's happening at the other end of the ark. Our Berkshire sow was giving birth to a litter of ten piglets.
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Muddy Tamworth Boar2574 viewsHe's been sleeping in the mud bath. He almost looks more like a hippo on the Maasai Mara than a Tamworth pig in sunny Worcestershire.
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Tamworth Pig - Muddy Nose2451 views
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Tamworth Pig and "Sinister" Pig2421 viewsThe red Tamworth stands behind what we call a "sinister" pig. The "sinister" is a cross between an iron age pig (itself a cross between a wild boar and a Tamworth pig) and a Gloucester Old Spot pig.
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A Berkshire Pig Joint2377 viewsWhen we picked up our new Berkshire Boar, Westbrook, we also bought a nice Berkshire roast. This is a "before" photo. Note how all the crackling is scored.
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Tamworth Curiosity2252 viewsWe were in one field watching the Berkshire pig give birth. Naturally, the Tamworth pigs in the next field were nosy --- particularly if any of our activities involved food. Convenient how the snout can go through stock fencing.
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