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Robin McConaughy

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It was quite the storm and the animals did just great. Phillip Haynes took this amazing photo of the pigs at the height of the blizzard. Looks like a scene from The Revenant!

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But, pigs being pigs, they rooted deep and were able to get to the ground in no time.

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And now that the snow has cleared somewhat, they are happy as clams in their shelters.

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Want to get cozy with a 6-course dinner served at the market after hours? Join us for a Valentine’s Weekend dinner on SATURDAY February 13 at the Brick Farm Market. Grass-Fed beef, lobster, farm-fresh parsnip soup, goat cheese panna cotta and more. Click here for the whole menu. Served at one of our four community tables, this feast is for anyone from the awkward blind date, to old friends to romantic couples. Come shake off the cold with a beautifully presented, delicious meal! (BYOB, 7-10pm) Register here »

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