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- This topic has 3 replies, 2 voices, and was last updated 3 years ago by Nic.
As I write there are a pair of hogs courting in my garden. The female is halfway in/out of my feeding station whilst the male is patrolling outside and doing a fair bit of nuzzling as well as rubbing its head on the floor. The female doesn’t seem overly impressed though as she keeps giving him a biff every now & again but fingers crossed they will sort out their differences.
I will have to leave them to it now – as we all know these things can go on for a very long time and its getting a bit late for me!
However it does make a pleasant change from the hog fights that I mostly seem to have as I do seem to get a predominance of male hogs.
Fingers crossed for some hoglets later on then!
Thanks Nic and heres hoping! Hope all is well with you.
Yes, thanks, all o.k. here. Apart from the hogs being sadly marked, that is – they all look a terrible mess.
On a more positive note, whilst I mostly seem to have males visiting at the moment, there is one female and like you I am hoping for the patter of hoglet feet. She certainly seems to have been trying her best!
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