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Close-Up of Cooked Picanha Steak4523 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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Vic Scott Massaging an Aberdeen Angus Steer4484 viewsThe cattle stand still when they're being massaged, and often lean into the massager. They are weighed and massaged after they've had their beer and grain, so are quite merry anyway.
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Two Picanha Steaks Cut From The Whole4474 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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Gloucester Old Spot - Tamworth Cross Piglets4430 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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Wild Boar Feeling Frisky4411 views
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Oh, I don't know .........4357 views
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Maxim Magazine June 2005 Article4302 viewsDavid Whitehouse, a reporter from Maxim Magazine spent a night in our dog hotel. As this is a bit of a lad's magazine, the article is not accurate reporting --- and not for the easily offended. The pictures are good, and part of the article is quite funny. (David was fed a Kobe beef meatloaf for dinner and ate it all. He had to turn the heat down in the middle of the night because he was too warm...) This is a 1,883kb PDF file.1 comments
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Highland and Aberdeen Angus Cattle4258 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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"I Didn't Know Pigs Could Swim."4206 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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Swimming Pigs - Maxim Magazine, January 054185 viewsOur accountant sent us this photograph from Maxim magazine showing one of our Tamworth pigs having a nice swim in the pool.
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