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Pigs are not as messy as people say. They only go in mud to cool down, but other wise they stay pretty clean. Pigs root, that means they dig with there snout and look for worms to eat. If you have a pig you need to have a very strong fence bilt to keep pigs in because they will use there snout and lift up a fence. Pigs like to eat scraps of apples and other things like crakers, fruits, potatos and bread.


Wilber in the back and fern in the front.

Amie feeding Fern and Wilber crackers.

Fern and Wilber rooting.

"Hey, Fern you have something hanging out of your butt."



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