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Date:11/23/2014 12:43:12 AM
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Sorry it took me a while, I've just been so terrible busy.
Thanks for visiting my site but it really is not working right now - and I had no time to work on it. Maybe tonight. I love your site, too. I love your stories about everyday life on the farm. I will visit your site again when I have more time. Maybe we could do something together? Can I steal some of your stories and post them on my web with the link to your site so people who visit my site could also visit your site? Let me know - if you agree, I would need your name.
I don't know what my pigs are. Every year we buy them from a farm animal zoo nearby. Pigs are really easy to raise - they would eat anything, and you also can spoil them like we did ours - they are almost our pets (only until it's time to make some sausages!)
I don't think that hot temperature would bother them much, just provide them with some mud and they'll be happy like pigs in mud. Haha.
This year for the first time we had a health issue with our pigs - one of them got black diamond disease. We had to kill it because to treat it would be too expensive and then what? We wouldn't want to eat it anyway.
By the way, tomorrow (Saturday) is that dreadful "sausage making" day - every time about this time of the year my hubby swears he will never again raise pigs because he gets so attached to them - until the zoo early in the spring calls us again and he can't wait to get more little piggys (or is it piggies?). Anyway, hope to hear from you soon,and you have a wonderful day, too!

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