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Posted by Don, Dueling Bubbas on August 17, 2015 at 16:51:24:

In Reply to: porK loin posted by Won't on August 16, 2015 at 07:35:36:

What you might have is a heritage Junkie hog.

Not many of them around, seems they keep O.D.'ing before they can make little piggies.

If not a heritage Junkie hog then it might be one of the retired racing pigs from the county fair circuit. Some of the owners of the racing pigs use suction needles to remove some of the excess weight from their racing pigs so they can fun faster. The loin muscle isn't used much in racing so it's often the primary location where fat and muscle removal happens.

If not a heritage Junkie hog or retired racing pig then it most likely was one of the very rare gladiator pigs trained to fight porcupines.




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