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Knock knock someone home?

Naomi from Denver, northeast of Daylesford, got a surprise on Sunday morning when this little family showed up on their doorstep unannounced.

It turned out that the mummy pig and five piglets had escaped from a property in Little Hampton, about 10 miles away.

The pigs hung around for hours, but then disappeared overnight. Fortunately, they reappeared on Monday – Naomi suspects they’d found a cozy spot near her porch to huddle out of the cold for the night.

They were reunited with their owners on Monday.

In big trouble

AND you think you’re having a bad day

Media cameraFor Back Paddock: The hobby farmer from Narre Warren North took a lot of time.

This hobby farmer from Fool Warren North took great time.

You live and learn …

Top of the litter

We couldn’t think of a cuter companion to help us say goodbye in autumn than this little guy.

Delivery for Back Paddock: We had the ultimate fall litter from seaweed 🍁🍁🍁 Truelight Farm, Porepunkah @truelightfarmMedia cameraDelivery for Back Paddock: We had the ultimate fall litter from seaweed 🍁🍁🍁 Truelight Farm, Porepunkah @truelightfarm

The crew at Truelight Farm in Porepunkah sent us this adorable photo that said, “We had the ultimate fall litter of seaweed”.

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