Pig in love uses bench to enter sow pen and sired 71 piglets

A pig on a farm in England found an innovative way to enter the sow pen and sired 71 piglets, according to a BBC report. The animal named Blanket from Kew Little Pigs, a micro-pig farm in Amersham, Buckinghamshire, used a bench to enter the pen and mate with the sows. His antics came to light when he broke the bank, jumped the fence, and mated two sows in full view of the public. Olivia Mikhail, owner of Kew Little Pigs, told the BBC: “We have micro pigs as pets… so we are well prepared to look after the piglets here, but we also take safety and well-being very seriously. Now he’s broken the bank and we’ve put some extra action in place, unfortunately for Blanket and her girlfriends, the fun is over. The bank has now been removed. Blanket’s enthusiasm betrayed him. the weight of the large pig as it climbed the 4.5 foot (1.4 m) fence and began mating with two sows in front of visitors in the petting pen, ”the report adds. Staff who described Blanket to the BBC as a very handsome and confident pig had to admit that he was a “horny pig”.

Kew Little Pigs describes itself as the UK’s premier miniature pig experience available for cuddles, parties and weddings, PR and movies, etc. , and is often replaced by other terms such as “micro pigs”, “pocket pigs” and “teacup pigs”. They are not a separate breed but can be a variety of breeds and mixes of breeds that have been selectively bred to be smaller in stature. While micropigs are highly regarded as pets abroad, a dozen of the world’s smallest pigs have been released into the wild in northeast India as part of a conservation program aimed at increasing the population of a species that it was once considered extinct.

The dwarf pig, which has the scientific name porcula salvania, lives in tall, wet grasslands and was once found throughout the Himalayan foothill plains of India, Nepal, and Bhutan. Sa population a diminué dans les années 1960, faisant craindre qu’elle ne s’éteigne jusqu’à sa redécouverte dans l’État d’Assam, dans le nord-est de l’Inde, in 1971, selon les défenseurs de l ‘ environment.

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