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Tuesday, January 19, 2010

A kiss from Spot....





















I know... ewwww.... lol

He is a sweetie though. :)

16 comments:

Mrs. JP said...

My dad raised hogs for a while and that's the only part of his operation that I just couldn't help with. I mean they made good chops and sausage and all that but the smell permeated clothing, hair and I just couldn't take it. After all, I was in high school.
So does Spot have friends? If not, the smell's probably not bad!

Rocco said...

a face only a mother could love!
or a smoke Queen......

cowgirl said...

lol Mrs JP, they are definately down wind of my house. I keep the pig pens far enough away that they are not a problem.
I do have to keep an eye on the little ones though, being that far away from the activity coyotes can be a problem.

cowgirl said...

LOL Rocco... well said. :)

David McGuire said...

OK now, pulled pork, bacon, spare ribs, country hams, chops, sausage and other parts. Or are ya gonna butterfly on a pit?

Anonymous said...

HA... I thought his name was Webber...LoL Bud.

Rothe Homestead Farm said...

Ewwww is right!!!!
Ya need to wait til after he's smoked...LOL!!
:)

Chris said...

Word on the street is that Spot is recruiting spiders have an ability to spell words in their web ;)

He's just trying to butter you up, don't fall for it!

cowgirl said...

David, this one is destined for chops, bacon, etc.. Wanna help me process him? lol

cowgirl said...

lol Bud..that would be a good name.

cowgirl said...

Gene.. He's gonna be chops! :)

cowgirl said...

lol Chris, I'll take pictures if that happens!

upstatefarmboy said...

It's hard to tell his size from the pictures, but he looks like he is almost big enough to butcher!
we usually butcher ours when they will dress around 200 we sell our pork at a local farmers market so some times we butcher when we are low on pork. LOL...
Em...

cowgirl said...

Upstate, he's almost ready for the freezer. :)
I usually shoot for 225lbs but he's not going to be quite that big. Probably around 200.
I know what you mean, it's nice having fresh pork on hand when it's needed.

Marc said...

all I could think of was the Beggin Strips commercial. And all the dog can say is ... BACON!

cowgirl said...

lol Marc!