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Underestimating the determination of a bored pig

We came home from work last Thursday to find our two gilts (girl pigs) missing from their paddock.

This was not completely unexpected. The wire fence surrounding their paddock is old and loose in places, and they had pushed under it twice the week before. 1,017 more words

Homesteading

Large Pigs At Large; Piglets Behind Bars

Sooner or later, piglets all get to this stage – the stage where they bust through electric netting and go marauding on devilish and troublesome mischief adventures. 375 more words

Eco-Farming

Shoulder Season Hog Keeping

Back in the day, pigs used to be let loose in the nearby woods to forage and fend for themselves all year, then harvested in the fall/winter. 503 more words

Homesteading

Super Busy Farm Life, Finally a Post!

Today I am going to write a little farm update post to let you know  how My Mom and I are doing

My Mom and I have been very busy lately.  217 more words

4-H Heritage Breeds/Small Sustainable Farming Project

Deep Roots Radio Interview

My friend Sylvia interviewed me awhile ago for Deep Roots Radio, click here to check it out on her site, or download below for your podcast player. 31 more words

Herd Finally Closed!

On Sunday, my Mom and I officially closed our herd with us getting three more bloodlines. All three of them are from rare bloodlines named Tutanekai, Haunene and also Awakino. 339 more words

4-H Heritage Breeds/Small Sustainable Farming Project

Piglets

A couple weeks ago I wrote a blog Preparing for Piglets.  The piglets are now two weeks old and mama is giving them a little freedom to go out and explore the world.   415 more words