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The little ones are here.
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Larry    Posted 07-30-2001 at 18:09:42       [Reply]  [Send Email]

Well,The sows are having their pigs now. I put a page together,so you can see them.

Clover Honey    Posted 07-31-2001 at 06:44:13       [Reply]  [No Email]
Your piglets are so cute! Larry, did you hear bout that big fire that our neighbors down in Utah had? It was a big hog breeding/farming operation, and over 12,000 pigs died in the fire. Real sad story. Ranch lost $4 million. They are not sure yet what caused the fire, but they don't think it was arson. Thought you might find that intresting.

Hogman    Posted 07-30-2001 at 18:47:27       [Reply]  [No Email]
Larry Your makin Me lonsome,realy do miss playin midwife to them ole sows.
Have You ever used Pig paste stead of injectable iron? I had real good luck with it and it avoids any of the "injection site" problems later on like at the dinner table.
Couple uv em look like a Hamp musta snug in in tha dark uv night and comitted hanky-panky. They be cute little buggers.

Larry    Posted 07-30-2001 at 18:56:34       [Reply]  [Send Email]

Dad used that stuff many years ago. I don't think I can get it around here anymore. I havn't had any trouble with iron stains in the hams that I can notice. We butcher a hog each year,and havn't seen one yet. The sow at the end of the web page is still having her pigs. She's up to nine right now. I'll have to check on her in a little while.

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