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Pic: PhilYeomans/BNPS<br />
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The autumn pannage season has started in the New Forest in Hampshire - Forest commoners are allowed by ancient right to turn out their pigs in to the 900 year old woods.<br />
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The lucky pigs eat up the acorns that could be harmful to the famous ponies, and fatten themselves up for the Christmas market.<br />
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This Saddleback cross Tamworth sow is out in the forest with her 5 piglets and some curious ponies.