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Posted: Tuesday 8 January, 2008

by Rosemary at 5:23pm in Pigs 3 comments Comments closed

A work colleague of mine is looking to rehome two, one-year old Kune Kune gilts. They are ginger and black. Currently they are living near Port of Menteith.

If anyone is interested, can you contact me asap and I'll put you in touch.



Wednesday 9 January, 2008 at 5:58am

Hi there Rosemary and Dan!! Glad to see you are all feeling better! We have been so busy here with ALL the snow! We have TONS!! I am taking some new snow pictures just for you, Rosemary. I will get them in the mail to you as soon as I get to Bend to have them developed.

How did you like the DVD your ordered from the States?

Wanted to say; a little late, but sure! HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! Could not remember if I said that in the card I sent. I think my memory is going!

That is fantastic; that you are taking some riding lessons! Good for you. I wish I could ride again. It was a very DEEP emotional blow to me, when the doctors said, I could NEVER ride again! It had been my life since I was 4 years old. Although, I still enjoy watching others; especially my brother and niece. My brother Joe is a professional Team Roper and my neice; Tanna, is a Barrel Racer. So, when we visit, we have LOTS to talk about. Plus I am still in close contact with all my horse friends! Good luck on your lessons, I know that you will do GREAT!

Take care and as soon as things ever slow down around here, I will be back reading your wonderful blog!


Wednesday 9 January, 2008 at 1:03pm

Hi Rosemary..

I have put a post in the Animal Section of the Neeps.co.uk Forum, I remember someone looking for Kune Kune's a wee while ago.



kevin noon

Monday 14 January, 2008 at 3:32pm

Hi Rosemary

Just how soon are your friends looking to re home the Kune kune gilts?

we were considering having pigs


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