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Westbrook335 viewsBeing a bit of a slob -- letting his beer drip down his face. What a pig!
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Westbrook and Vic Enjoying A Laugh Together509 views... and a beer.1 comments
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Two Tamworth Pigs449 viewsThe two Tamworth boars are enjoying what's left of the otherwise unwanted Greyhound birthday cake --- under the watchful eye of the Black Rock chicken.
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Tamworth Pigs Enjoying the Birthday Cake550 viewsWith their ever-present "groupies," the Black Rock chickens.
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The Alpaca Standing Guard over The Pigs390 viewsA cool early September day. The alpaca is standing guard over the sleeping pigs. This alpaca is in love with Westbrook, the Berkshire boar, and the alpaca rarely goes anywhere without Westbrook. The red pigs are Tamworth boars.
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Tamworth Pig Eating Cake3836 viewsThere's a bit of a story about the Retired Greyhound Trust, their PR firm, and the 30th Anniversary cake. We've had this bone-shaped cake sitting in the kitchen for weeks and weeks so finally thought --- pigs! Here one of our Tamworth pigs takes the first bite out of the cake, going for the logo bit.
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Let Sleeping Pigs Lie397 viewsThe Tamworth boars having a nice nap, with Westbrook (the black Berkshire pig, or kurobuta) the odd man out.
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Happy Tamworth Pigs625 viewsThese healthy, happy Tamworth pigs seem -- at least to me -- to be smiling. They're having a nice, cool rest in the dry dirt.1 comments
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Tamworth Pig & Black Rock Chicken -- Having Cake376 viewsThe Tamworth pig is joined by the Black Rock chicken to eat some of the unwanted Greyhound birthday cake.
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Tamworth Pig Having a Bit of Cake517 views
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Tamworth Chicken, Black Rock Chicken, Greyhound Birthday Cake1657 viewsA productive use for an unwanted birthday cake.
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A Berkshire Pig12384 viewsWe once raised Gloucester Old Spot pigs -- until everyone started doing it. I could never understand why the GOS pig had been bred so that its ears covered its eyes. With the Berkshire pig, the ears stand up and the pig is quite majestic.
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