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Prickly-Critterz is a forum dedicated to the care and health of African Hedgehogs in the uk.
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Forum for UK African Pygmy Hedgehog Owners. Pygmy Hogs UK. Advice on the care and health of hogs, Pics, breeders list and off topic chat
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came across these on craigslist. They only get 200 to 300 lbs a piece and are smaller for the back yard homesteader.
Wild hogs are a nusince critter in most of the country. Here in east KY we only have a few pockets of them at the moment, but just a couple of good years for undergrowth can turn a few small pockets into a problem. I had been thinking about buying a ho
This is the first year I planted what I think were Burpless cucumbers. They've grown well, but they are VERY prickly (I can't pick them without gloves) and they are quite curved (they look somewhere between a parenthesis and a "C"). I picked
Hi All, I have a large prickly pear in my backyard planted in soil that's at least six years old. It is tall at least a metre and a half taller than me,but i have never seen it flower or fruit,is there a way to promote flowering i have read gettin