I’m busy writing up more history words in conjunction with Brian Codling and it’s becoming a bit of a marathon, albeit a labour of love.
So, as a sort of stop-gap for all you porcine fans champing at the bit for further updates (and with thanks to to the hugely talented and generally all round awesome artist, Val Littlewood), here’s a great illustration from her that you can use to become more aware of the various locations for all those bits & pieces of a pig that you’ve eaten (if you’re a vegetarian, you can skip rapidly past this — and most other — sections of course).
Courtesy of the hugely enthusiastic, incredibly knowledgeable, very helpful & delightfully informative, Brian & Sylvia Codling at Rectory Reserve, we spent a morning looking around the rolling Wold hill-side pens, being sniffed at, snorted & drooled over and generally enquired of by some of the 70-odd fantastically friendly Mangalitza pigs living there.
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