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Pork and Ham to Hogman
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Toni    Posted 05-07-2002 at 07:42:07       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I went right out after I read your post and gave both of them a big cuddle. They are spoiled rotten, when we first bought them I explained to both of them that we will be eating them but until that time they will have the best life any pig could ask for. They are as friendly with me as can be until Dennis gets involved. I think that may have been our main problem. When he got their hind legs, honest they did fly.

Anyway they said "oink oink, snort snort", to you.

toni


Hogman    Posted 05-07-2002 at 19:30:03       [Reply]  [No Email]
Thanks Toni I felt tha pleasant vibes,bless Ya.

We started out with two gilts named---------------Sausage Sue and Precilla PorkChop. Borrowed a neighbors boar first and next bought a little fifty pound boar with good breeding figuring by the time the Gilts were ready to rebreed He'd be tho lite in tha britchs,about ready for Em. His name Was Boras and I will refrain from an explanation of that.
Precilla became One of Our foundation sows,milked like a Holstein cow and was a wonderful Mama. Besides, She was My favorite PET. More of that anon mabe.
Take care


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