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Tapa the Bull Terriervu 1037 foisTapa was having a nap with Marjorie on the couch. It looks like I disturbed him.
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Tapavu 543 fois
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Tapavu 816 fois
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Lord Rannoch of Luciesvu 15374 foisLord Rannoch is getting on in years, and suffers from arthritis. We're moving him from the back barn into the stable block where we can keep a closer eye on him. While he is slow when he walks, he does get up and walk around periodically, and was happy to follow the feed bucket to the stable block.
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Cathy Encouranging Rannoch to Walk to the Stablevu 1095 foisHe walked, unaided, to the stable block, and had a nice meal in his new home.
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Wild Boar Pigletvu 340 foisThis little fella wasn't gaining weight as the other wild boar kept pushing him from the feed trough. We have separated him, and have put him with the small Berkshire piglets in a stable.
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Digby Watching the Activitiesvu 78 foisAs we moved alpacas, Rannoch, and piglets into the stable block, Digby had to be temporarily closed into his suite. It didn't stop him from watching the activities.
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Wild Boar in the Mud From Recent Heavy Rainsvu 233 foisDespite the presence of elaborate land drains (installed by us when we purchased this property) it still gets very muddy when we have heavy rains. We are installing hard core on the upper portion of the field so the wild pigs will have a dry area.
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Wild Boar Looking for Foodvu 193 fois
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Wild Boar in the Mud at Maggot's Croftvu 1783 foisThis field, originally an orchard, came with the prosaic name of Maggot's Croft. Despite our planting pig-resistant grass from Hurrells (a specialist seed company) the wild boar manage to remove all traces of grass in a matter of weeks.
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The Elders Having a Conferencevu 2963 fois
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"I'm Sorry, But He's In A Meeting"vu 227 fois
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