The votes have been counted and we have a winner by an overwhelming majority of 42 pine cones (and online votes). Introducing….
The piglets arrived at the farm on the 11th November, Remembrance Sunday, 100 years since Armistice Day. They are named in remembrance of the First World War. Wilfred Owen was a soldier who wrote poetry about the awful reality of the war and lost his life one week before Armistice. Poppies, now a symbol of remembrance, grew on the disturbed land occupied by the trenches and no-mans land between them following the end of the war.