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"I Didn't Know Pigs Could Swim."3736 viewsI was given a book called The Ubiquitous Pig by my father in 1993. In this book is an underwater photograph of a pig and a lady swimming by Garry Winogrand taken at Aquarena Springs in San Marcos, Texas. Here's our own version, with Barbara and a Tamworth.3 comments
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Close-Up of Cooked Picanha Steak3724 viewsShowing the fine marble of fat, and the grain. This meat was virtually fork-tender, and loaded with juices from the melted Kobe fat.
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Tamworth Mud Bath3721 viewsMom is taking a bath while a couple of her kids look on.1 comments
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Cooked Picanha Steak3714 viewsWe did not cut this when it was on the grill -- this kept the juices inside. When we cut it, hot, on the cutting board, the delicious melted Kobe fat just poured out. Delicious with a simple salad.
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Two Picanha Steaks Cut From The Whole3711 viewsThis is the piece that Marjorie rubbed with salt. We have cut the steaks quite thick, and are about to put them on the grill.
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Westbrook3700 viewsSince his arrival at Lucies Farm a few days ago, Worthington has become a "stable pig." He lives in one of our stables, and runs around the stable yard keeping us all company.
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Elvis and Marjorie in the Pool3664 viewsWater temperature just about 90 degrees, and Elvis in his doggie life preserver, but not quite ready for a swim.
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PAAVille on Wake Island from the Air - Circa 19533664 views
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Gloucester Old Spot - Tamworth Cross Piglets3599 viewsAbout six or seven months ago a farmer asked if he could bring his two Gloucester Old Spot sows to Lucies Farm so they'd have a litter of Tamworth - GOS piglets. The farmer visited us several times and then vanished, leaving us with the babies (and their mothers). These are part of the two combined litters.
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Highland and Aberdeen Angus Cattle3571 viewsWe are gradually moving from the pedigree Highland cattle (long-haired, horns -- on left) to pedigree Aberdeen Angus cattle (black -- on right). Both produce delicious beef: the Aberdeen Angus matures earlier.
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Hey, that's a shower to take your skin off..........3501 views
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Tamworth - Gloucester Old Spot Piglets3384 viewsThe Tamworth - Gloucester Old Spot piglets ready to go to their new home in the Cotswolds. We brought them into the stable to give them a bath, and put them on some fresh straw, before their trip to their new home.
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