A microfarm in Lebanon, Oregon.
Slice of heaven.
Cougars, coyotes, deer, turkeys.
PIgs of the edible variety. Cats.
Pasture pigs are so easy. Moms do all the farrowing work themselves, making their own nest away from the others. When Momma disappeared for a day last July, I spent a day looking for her. I finally found her and three new piglets under a blackberry thicket. I know that Princess should be farrowing right…Read More
On a beautiful fall day, my friend Annie enjoyed the first day of her vacation by visiting and saying hi to the pigs. She has a gentle spirit and the piggies loved hanging out with her, as you can see. And a big milestone – Baby Market has let me scratch his back in the…Read More
Four boars against one sow. Didn’t seem fair, and after netting only one piglet from Momma’s last farrow, I decided to look for another female and found the perfect one: Princess! A gilt who’s just a year old. She’s mostly kune kune, so similar size and age to my bunch, and when I read that…Read More
Carrie dropped off some green apples that fell from her tree early, and I threw them out to the piggies, who were duly appreciative. Trouble was, I realized that there are a lot of oak galls in that particular spot – the round white shapes in the video that are about the same size as…Read More