Welcome to Pigsville
Farmer Lindy Haynes lives with more than 25 pigs in her home on her property known as 'Pigsville' in the New South Wales town of Mudgee. Haynes believes that all farm animals should be 'free range', and allows the pigs, chickens, cats and dogs on her farm to move freely in and out of her house, with most sleeping inside at night.
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