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Released to the wild

Here are some photos of some of the hogs that were released yesterday into a lovely large garden with several hog houses.

There is plenty of natural cover for the hogs, large lawns to search for worms etc on and easy access to other adjoining gardens.

The hogs are also supplement fed her, as the residents love to watch the hogs feeding.

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