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Re: Re: Re: About moving pigs..


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Posted by Hogman*******NAW********** on January 11, 2003 at 01:34:11 from (63.124.171.61):

In Reply to: Re: Re: About moving pigs.. posted by Bob/Ont on January 10, 2003 at 19:45:29:

Bob I always worried more about a Sow with a new litter freakin out on Me. But Your sure right about a Boar bein dangerous,can kill Ya in seconds,but have only had one turn on Me. I was tangled up in a bunch of Greenbrier,could'nt move and He decided He'd take a whack at Me. Was a little scary,only thing I could reach for a club was a dead limb that crumbled on tha first whack.
I resorted to tha "voice of tha master"and He backed up. But,it was scary!!!!!!!!

Maw Hog got Her knee hurt by a Boar but He had not intended to do it, just swung His head around and banged a Tusk inta tha knee.She said He acted like "OOPS,I'm sorry".Course She screamed which scared tha Boar.




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