American Guinea Hogs: the perennial pork

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  1. Another great report, Jen. Happy Thanksgiving! Uncle Gary

    On Wed, Nov 21, 2018 at 11:54 PM Bellfern Homestead wrote:

    > lundoftheeast posted: “A tomato plant (the classic annual veggie) > typically ripens from seed to fruit in 6-8 months in the PNW. They’re an > intensive plant that requires seeding as early as February, babying the > seedlings with heat and light, then transplanting to the ground an” >

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  2. Awesome post and great comparisons. Are they abiding by the fencing pretty well?
    Happy Thanksgiving!
    PS – On this day of all days, we celebrate pork in our family with our kune kune we butchered recently – pulled pork from the shoulder, pancetta from the belly in the green beans, and lard in the collard greens from the fat. Way better than turkey 🙂

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    1. I so agree! I’d choose pork over turkey any day. The pigs mind the electric net pretty well. Sometimes when they’re young they’re willing to take the zap just to get to the other side, but they never go far from the group.

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