Well I knew better. Always stake the feeder legs.
This feeder has been up for about a year, and the jerk pig shows up two days after I put 330 pounds in the feeder.
The feeder is back up now, with three T post to boot.
This is a pig posing, and thinking "watch this you silly humans." And he appears to be smiling like he is going to enjoy what he is about to do.
Note the left feeder leg has moved, pig makes his move. This pig in no rookie, he has done this before.
Two disappointing things here. 300+ pounds of corn on the ground, and the fact that there isn't a pig smashed flat under it.
No need to say it, but, yes he has some cojones
So he invites the wife and kids
And his little buddies that will meet Mr. DP trap very soon. They are clearly in cahoots with this pig.
It sounds like a bad joke, but here is "two pigs in a barrel."
The neighbors dog found somewhere to play, they are also friends with this pig.
Well the corn is gone and my pig friend has shown me his displeasure by beating the crap out of my barrel and timer box.
The turkey is just thinking "where are the womens?"