When they sleep they burrow into the hay. There's a piglet in this picture; you can see the top of her head and ears.
When they're coming at me they're grunting a greeting. Grunt! Grunt! grunt! they greet the pigs outside of their stall when they walk by, too. I'm an honorary pig
So I stepped into their pen to play with them a little bit. You play with a piglet by wiggling your fingers and letting the little pig nibble at your hand. they explore with their mouths. When it gets a little closer you can scratch its ears or its back. the first time you touch it it'll run away, but it will be back soon. They're curious little critters.
Pretty soon the other piglets will be over to see what they're missing. The goal is to get the little piglet to flip over and wave all four of its little legs in the air as you rub its belly
mom comes over to check out the fuss. She's pretty protective of the piglets, but knows me and lets me handle them.
This chicken is over to check out the piglets too. The chicken has decided that when the piglets group up it must be for something good to eat. The trouble with this theory is that sometimes mom eats the chicken.
Ok. After a play session it's time to eat. OH NO!!! ONE OF THE PIGLETS IS NOT ON THE PROPER TEAT!