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Sasha Licking His Chops10501 viewsWaiting for the cookie . . .
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Black Bull -- Woodneuk Fold -- Royal Show 20059801 viewsI took this photograph of a regal Highland black bull waiting to go into the show ring. The gentleman gave me his card: he's Tom Thomson from the Woodneuk Fold in Glasgow.1 comments
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Berkshire Pork Roast Dinner8953 viewsMarjorie cooked a delicious roast dinner with our first Berkshire pork leg roast. It was delicious. Much darker pork than conventional "supermarket" pork.
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Tamworth Pig8945 viewsLooks like the pigs have converted our lush, green English field into the Serengetti. Time to move them to another field --- for them to convert.
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Massaging an Angus Steer8212 viewsWe weigh the cattle every week in a chute called (and I hate this name) a "crush." While in the crush, we take the opportunity to massage them using our large electric massager. This Aberdeen Angus steer still has part of its winter coat, even though this photo was taken on June 10 2005.
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Happy birthday, Monty8034 views
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Daschunds7929 viewsThese two minature daschunds --- Kitty and Freida --- visited us for a few days over Christmas.18 comments
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Araucana Rooster and Chicken7697 viewsWe put a pig arc in the field for Westbrook. He, of course, prefers to sleep elsewhere -- including the chicken house. So the arc has been taken over by the Araucana chickens.
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Iron Age - Gloucester Old Spot7482 viewsThis round piggie is a cross between an Iron Age pig (itself a cross between a Tamworth and a wild boar) and a Gloucester Old Spot. She looks fat, and she's not young any more, but she can move faster than any of the pigs.
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Wild Boar's Snout6877 viewsLook at the length of his snout -- almost longer than his body.
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Lord Rannoch of Lucies6746 viewsLord Rannoch is getting on in years, and suffers from arthritis. We're moving him from the back barn into the stable block where we can keep a closer eye on him. While he is slow when he walks, he does get up and walk around periodically, and was happy to follow the feed bucket to the stable block.
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