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In Memoriam

Agatha, named for the Queen of Crime, was our other Gloucester Old Spot lady who was not meant for life on a commercial farm. Agatha was our most vocal resident, and when she heard us coming she galloped towards us barking little piggy barks of excitement. She loved back scratches and let out tiny squeals of delight when we hit the right spot. Agatha died in March of 2020 due to what was most likely a reproductive cancer; the lack of available large animal care for such cases led to her heartbreaking death. We love her and miss her every day.