The upper tusk is from Basa, one of our boars. He was thirty months old, that is to say two and a half years old. His tusks were six inches long. The top tusk in the photo is broken, probably from digging up rocks. The tusk is from Longson. (I had previously miss-labeled this as one from Basa also.) It is worn from digging in the field and rubbing against his upper tusks. The thickness is an indicator of their age difference.
For those of you who like to see big teeth, check out Archimedes goof-ball grin.
Outdoors: 74°F/57°F Overcast
Farm House: 79°F/58°F Jane left for new farm
Tiny Cottage: 69°F/61°F North field road paddock fenced