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Spot the difference!

MrBernerMrBerner Member
edited May 2010 in Pig Tales and Stories
A 3 hour old piglet next to a 3 week old piglet :)

see them at www.talesfromtherock.com

They grow so fast!

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  • nievesalvareznievesalvarez Junior Member
    edited September 2009
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  • MrBernerMrBerner Member
    edited September 2009
    So today get back from work and find my four Berkshires out on the lane. One out, all out!!

    www.talesfromtherock.com to see the latest videos:D
  • MrBernerMrBerner Member
    edited September 2009
    Yep, Berkshires are heads up pigs which means they can spot trouble and head straight for it :D

    Most pigs are heads down, only the spot of ground within reach of their snout is important.

    I think Berkshires are great, and such fast runners!:eek:
  • MrBernerMrBerner Member
    edited October 2009
    Have to disagree there, the Berkshire is such a good natured pig they are a joy to have around, go back over www.talesfromtherock.com a few weeks ago they were in the kitchen! Got to see the range so they know where they are going :) Used to be called the Ladies Pig cos they are so easy to keep and the meat is just fantastic and the bacon, sausage, have I mentioned the crackling?

    Pigs, use all of them except the oink!

    Berkshires Rule!!:D
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    edited May 2010
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    edited May 2010
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    Add slices to empty dishes or to pies of your own colour.
    When you try and add to a full pie, it will 'BAMM' all of its slices,
    one into each adjacent pie, capturing those pies for you.

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    ======================
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