Pannage season...The New Forest piglets learning how to eat the excess acorns..nature at its best

The New Forest piglets learning how to eat the excess acorns.

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Autumn 2013 Bolderwood Daisybank Cottage New Forest

Daisybankctgbnb 'No sign of the ponies!' New Forest National Park

Autumn 2013 Bolderwood Daisybank Cottage New Forest

Autumn 2013 Bolderwood Daisybank Cottage New Forest

Autumn 2013 Bolderwood Daisybank Cottage New Forest

Autumn 2013 Bolderwood Daisybank Cottage New Forest

Autumn 2013 Daisybank Cottage New Forest

Autumn 2013 Daisybank Cottage New Forest

Sow and piglets at Bramshaw Daisybank Cottage New Forest National Park

Autumn is pannage season in the New Forest National Park, when pigs are allowed to hoover up acorns which are poisonus to ponies www.

It's pannage season (September-October) in the New Forest when pigs roam free hoovering up acorns which are poisonous to forest ponies and cattle. This picture was taken at Bank just west of Lyndhurst at the heart of the forest. Credit John Fox

It's pannage season (September-October) in the New Forest when pigs roam free hoovering up acorns which are poisonous to forest ponies and cattle. This picture was taken at Bank just west of Lyndhurst at the heart of the forest.


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