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minkey says:

I like the last one :-) Un cochon avec attitude... Tout dans les oreilles ;-)

24th Apr 2009, 18:57

hildegard says:

They were having just the best time - they'd been turned out onto a new patch of woodland & were busy clearing the ditches of all the tasty soft new growth.

24th Apr 2009, 19:02

Caine says:

Nice shots, last one especially.

24th Apr 2009, 19:52

swamprose says:

your woods have happy animals. ru would be pleased to help them with mud, and any chasing.

24th Apr 2009, 21:16

hildegard says:

Pigs might make rather too sturdy playmates for Ru...

25th Apr 2009, 04:06

Javama says:

Lovely pics of lovely pigs. The hens are good too, we don't want any hurt feelings do we?

25th Apr 2009, 10:07

hildegard says:

The chooks were entertaining - he was in lurve but hopelessly greedy - he'd start scuttling after her, feathers all puffed up, then he'd notice a worm or a seedling & get totally distracted. I don't anticipate many Pekin chicks this year. ;)

25th Apr 2009, 10:47

morningbear says:

awwwww....great shots.

26th Apr 2009, 05:03

Jane Doe says:

They're fab. There's a herd of pigs grazing our local arboretum. Gloucester Old Spot crossed with something else. They really do look happy as the proverbial...

26th Apr 2009, 12:11

factotum says:

What a lovely pair of pigs!

26th Apr 2009, 13:35

hildegard says:

It's a small farm tucked into a crease in a suburb; they rely on school parties & the like to keep going, so they choose their stock for high Cute values. :)

JD - Did wonder if this was a Tamworth cross but s/he looks so very Oxfordish, thought I'd go with that. It's disputed that Oxfords are an actual breed in any case so my position is, if it looks like an Oxford, squeals like an Oxford, etc. Can imagine pigs being an ornament to an aroboretum. Until the warm weather comes...

26th Apr 2009, 20:48