Peanut Butter Piglets Spring 2014


Peanut Butter Piglets

The spring flush of piglets has begun. This is PB, short for Peanut Butter, who is one of our Blackieline sows. She just had her spring litter under the cover of the South Field Shed on the deep bedding pack where we just added wood chips. Good timing.

Outdoors: 14°F/-4°F Sunny
Tiny Cottage: 66°F/58°F

Daily Spark: Plan to live forever and live like you’ll die tomorrow.

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One Response to Peanut Butter Piglets Spring 2014

  1. Annette says:

    Walter I watch your daily temperatures and can’t believe how cold it is still where ou are and how much snow you ahve! Amazing how your pigs do so well through your crazy arctic winters! It is in the 50s here and we are just a couple hundred miles south of you. Spring is here! Tell your mountain!

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