Rachael Myrow | The California Report
When Anna Sweet of Sweet Farm got the call in the middle of the night, she said she’d be happy to take in emergency guests fleeing the fires in Sonoma County. And then realized she needed to get up and get busy.
“We were not set up yet for pigs at all,” Sweet recalls. “We didn’t have a shelter for them. We weren’t quite sure our fences were going to work.”
They did need to build new fencing. Not to embarrass these fine ladies, but Gertrude weighs about 600 pounds and Punky’s just a wee bit smaller than that.