Lovely boar from April Barr. I'm so glad to have him, I'm impressed by him and he's already found himself with 2 sows after a previous boar of mine died before he managed the feat himself.
Storm has been a good boy, keeping Berty the self choc company. He was the best baby I had from the lilac tri dal project. Unfortunatly his only litter with Hebe ended with hebe almost loosing her life.
Cosmo certainly has enough character. He is a lovely darker lilac than his sister, Iris, and has many different shades on his body, which is quite pretty.
A lovely girl, taken in from a friend of a friend after her partner died and they didn't want her to be alone, but didn't want a new guinea either.
Lovely new boar from Saywell Cavies. One of two new stud boars I have brought in since I lost my original line's stud boars. From a brilliant line of pigs, so I'm hopeful.
Young sow from Nicky Flanigan. She's looking really pretty and has a lovely delicate smut with clean body colour. Lovely ears for a black too.
Jazmine's brother, just as like his father as Jazzie is like her mother. We lost Toby during Ziggy's pregnancy and I am glad I have Dylan, along with DC to replace their father.
Yet another Satin Himalayan. My best one to date. She is a lovely little sow too, who I'm going to pair up with her father to have my very first all satin litter, which will push on my numbers and help immensely.
Quite a lovely sow, gorgeous nature to her. Let's see what kind of stock she produces for me. Hopefully some more as nice as she is.
A lovely girl and a brilliant mother. Mother to some of my first satin carriers. Hopefully though I'll put her to use with the usual himalayans soon as she is a very lovely looking pig
Boar bought as part of a trio with Dream and Dazzle. He's quite quiet, but I expect he'll come out of himself soon when he's settled down.
Skoda is a nice satin carrier lad who's showing Mustang how to be a good boy. He's a big boy who may come in useful with any lightly marked satin sows I may breed.
My little Hollie. She's another one of those chocs that makes you wander how people can say they are shy? One lovely girl who shall hopefully do well.
I feel awfully guilty for having a favourite, but I'm afraid Pansy takes my heart. She is always happy to see you, doesn't run off and gives you her best puppy dog eyes. She is such a soppy and lovely girly, I'd be lost without her.
Fern is so lovely, she is an odd shade of beige, but beautiful. She is a really lovely docile sow who will sit for photos and cuddles. She's a bit of an escape artist and loves the thrill of curiosity!
A beautiful Beige. Mo is a gorgeous, grumpy little so and so, but she's a very good mum to a new fave, Ziggy with Alue. She's going to go with Radley for her next litter.
Lovely sow with a loving nature. On the heavy side but is fairly even. Pioneer sow to have my first litter for the project
Anna is a lovely girl who I got when I had Dai back. She is a lovely addition and is a cracking little girl. I say little but she's not really! She had a lovely litter with Dai and on with Turbo before he left us.
Brelawn is sooo close to being soo good! He has brilliant spotting, and gorgeous colour, but just no blaze. I could cry!
Oooh, my little baby. She's such a sweetheart. A joy to hold, she just LOVES tickles, she purrs her head off, bless her. Such a vocal little lady, wouldn't have her any other way. Takes after her mum, Hollie.
Lovely Diamond. My first born showable sow!!! Usually I get boars. She's quite nice, maybe a bit lacking in spots. And she has a very odd white pigmented bit on her ear, but I'm told not to worry about that.
A lovely Satin himi! He's very dark in colour, which perfectly suits the sows I have to put with him. I have retired him after a long breeding career, though considering bringing him out for one last repeat mating.
Cleo is the one who I think is the best out of 3 lovely girls from Polo. She takes her nature more from her mum, Hope, who is quiet, but boy has she got her dad, Polo's markings! All the best for me! Lets have our fingers crossed for good shows, and possibly a nice litter or two!
Seren's baby boar, again looking good quite a bit darker than his sister, much more shape to his smut, in all he's looking like a very nice boar.
Quite a nice beige dal boar, brother to Poppy. Quite a quiet lad who has had his first litter with Ruby!
(rehomed to Nicky)
Tulip cannot stay put for a moment, so it's quite a miricle I managed a photo! She is a lovely, yet pet sow from the lovely Pansy. She appears at first glance to be a pink eyed white, till you look close and she has splodges of very pale lilac!
Quiet little Hope. She's not got much to say for herself really. She's quiet and out of the way, keeps herself to herself. Good for her! She's such a sweet girl,and gives me lots of kisses!
Annie is a lovely little girl. Her points are hopeless but she'll do for my satin himalayans. especially as her mate is Fred, who is the opposite and very muddy.
Known as Scrummy, and also often called duncy hehe! She's a gorgeous pig, very cheeky and a tad noisy too! Very mischievious and love living with her foster family, Hope and Epoh.
Paige is a lovely sow, the only spotted one from Pansy's litter. She is very tolerant of her sisters who are all in your face, but makes her own imprint on everyone. She's a lovely sow.
The spotty brother to DC and Tika. He's a very lovely marked boy, with the blaze type I really like. He does have heavily grizzled cheeks but is a gorgeous boar otherwise and should enjoy his life among the ladies.
Toga's gorgeous sow, she's a stunner in my eyes, and I cannot wait to get her out on the show scene for people to oggle her belly spots!!
Lovely Pete, he's very docile and a charming boy. He may be a bit of a misfit, but he's still here because he's a favourite of my brother's, which doesn't happen often! We all adore you Pete.
Or just Lulu to us. Ruby's sister. Much like most of the other self chocs, laid back and just blends in so well. Think she might try to disown her outrageous sister though, hehe.
Hero is a shy lad, but is a real soppy thing. He's had one litter with Ziggy which produced some heavily marked babies, so he'll be handy for a lightly marked sow in the future.
Cheeky miss Fliss! As she is known! She loves to wheek, wheek, wheek, and did I mention Wheeking? As a baby she wheeked non-stop when held, she must really have loved her mum, or so we though! Turns out, while she was in the house having her own babies, she hasn't lost her need to let us know she's here! Bless you Fliss!
One sow who just blends into her background. She a lovely sow, who I can identify by a lovely crescent shape cut into one of her ears.
Toby, as he is known, is a cheeky character! He's definately one for the ladies... he is big and strong, and very randy! I've no doubt he'll be the daddy to some lovely dalmatians soon.
Quite a quiet boar, he should get some baby boars for company this year as he's shown himself to be good on temperament, making him very good for the job.
After long thoughts, I'm going to add some beige into my chocs. Hazel is a lovely calm girl already and has settled in remarkably quickly, which I can only thank Jan and Oliver for as all pigs I have had from them seem to be this way!
Choc self boar, brother to Radley and Topaz, gorgeous colour and beautiful ears he has on him, along with his personality. I may even show him, we'll see how he turns out.
Lovely Sage... she's quite reserved and shy, but a lovely girl all the more. She likes to pose for the camera, as you can see, and has much to show off!