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Cheshire’s Ice Cream Farm asks for help in naming Kune Kune pigs

CHESHIRE’S Ice Cream Farm is inviting young Chronicle readers to help name their three adorable new Kune Kune pigs.

CHESHIRE’S Ice Cream Farm is inviting young Chronicle readers to help name their three adorable new Kune Kune pigs.

If your suggestion for a name is accepted, you could win free entry to Crazy Daisy’s Indoor Adventure Play Barn for a year.

If you are aged 10 or under and can think of the perfect name, send your suggestions to Kune Kune Pig Competition, The Ice Cream Farm, Tattenhall, Chester, CH3 9NE or email competitions@cheshirefarmicecream.co.uk.

Kune Kunes are a rare breed of pig. Their name is pronounced Cooney Cooney, and means fat and round in Maori.

They are small pigs measuring between 24 and 30 inches high, and are completely covered in hair.

They are friendly animals that love human company.

To find out more about the Ice Cream Farm, one of Cheshire’s most popular tourist attractions, visit www.cheshirefarmicecream. co.uk.

 

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