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Pigs Out Front

Robin McConaughy

Robin McConaughy

Brett moved a group of sows and their piglets over by the house, so we have the occasion to feed them kitchen scraps almost every day.

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It's always the same routine. If you walk up, the piglets tear off in all directions. The word ‘startle' comes to mind, followed closely by ‘pandemonium'.

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Then, they slowly succumb to curiosity and stroll on back.

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And pose nicely for a portrait.

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Or two.

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And it's back to business, enjoying the scraps and laying in the sunshine.

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