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Our new Pig - Ethel 
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Congratulations they look so lovely! :D

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Post Re: Our new Pig - Ethel
AW nice!!! she had them sooner than i thought- what a gal- still feeding the last litter and off dancing the chantusese with her boyfriend again!!!!! which proves she does enjoy um, life.....
He was a purebred Berkshire-she had several ginger piglets in the last litter as well- and a few spotty ones. no odd colourings in the berkshire lots across multiple sows- so must just be the mixed genetics. at least you can tell them apart.
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Mon Jan 30, 2012 10:40 am
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They look great, wish you were in tassie I would definitely get a couple of those piglets :)


Mon Feb 20, 2012 1:58 pm
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We are putting her back to a large black boar in a few months, i'm sure one could work out transport to tasmania for a couple of weaned piglets?

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