(1) Wilbur, a behemoth boar who can't stand fences - and hasn't met one that could stop him - is spared from the breakfast plate for sentimental reasons.(2) This situation may be worsened upon weaning or when sows are grouped together or mated to a large boar .(3) The meat eaters among you should be delighted to learn that the Saint George will be serving rabbit, boar and venison during the game season.(4) After some wait, the perfectly prepared little boar was put before him, and he said his stomach smiled while he began to cry├ö├ç┬¬ cry because it was so good, yet so small, he knew it would be over soon.(5) High-quality semen can be purchased without the investment in and expenses associated with owning a boar .(6) However, before Jake and Squeekie's story, there is much to consider before any guinea pig owner decides to have their boar neutered.(7) The boar goat section, new to the show last year, will return, along with the live steer competition, sheep, poultry and wool categories.(8) Armed guards are required to protect them from the cheetahs, boar and elephants that roam the lower levels and a 60 per cent reduction in oxygen at the top means a risk of lung difficulties.(9) We've had our starter of cold boar and I'm munching on Sarti's excellent Pizza Bianca while Scott's eating something else.(10) When getting a boar ready for a show the other area that might well need special cleaning is his grease spot, which is found at the base of the spine and tends to be greaser than the rest of the coat.(11) Fuller pinot styles go well with poached or grilled salmon, foie gras, charcuterie, rabbit, hare, boar and ham.(12) Increased boar usage generally does not result in increased sperm production.(13) You see, a Bulgarian farmer had bought a prizewinning boar for breeding purposes, but discovered it would only socialise with other male pigs.(14) Options range from beef, ostrich and chicken patties, to combos like boar and brie, beef and merguez, or venison and goat cheese.(15) At the Ancient Olympics, contestants were obliged to swear an oath on a slice of boar 's meat that they had not employed magic to enhance their performances.(16) In my survey, I argue that the association of the bronze tripod with cooking game such as venison and boar was restricted to elite hunting groups who took their feasting equipment with them to their graves.