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Berkshire Piglet and Kune Kune Old Lady2561 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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Berkshire and Tamworth Piglets Playing2544 viewsSummer morning, 4 Acre Field
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Berkshire Piglet on a Summer Afternoon2523 views
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Kurobuta Draft of Pork2522 viewsThe Kurobuta pork belly (or Draft of Pork) cooked with root vegetables.
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Watching the Berkshire Sow2489 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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Three Alpacas2483 viewsWith Westbrook, the Berkshire boar, in the foreground, and a couple of young Tamworth boars in the background.
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Muddy Tamworth Boar2479 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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Westbrook2461 viewsWestbrook is a Berkshire pig boar. He currently lives in the tall grass of the chicken field. I sat down to take his photograph and he wanted to take large bites out of my legs, arm, and (especially) shoes. He's getting big and strong, so I suspect my sitting on the ground with him will be a thing of the past.
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Tamworth Pig and "Sinister" Pig2293 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 Joint2242 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 Pig - Muddy Nose2200 views
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Tamworth Curiosity2177 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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