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    Stole this link from an answer to a thread in another forum ;

    Differences Between Pig and Boar | Difference Between
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    I wish i had a dollar for every ring I put in a hog nose. Usually, you were deaf for three days after ringing a bunch of them.
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    Heck everyone knows a pig is someone without any manners. He lives in filth and really enjoys it and likes to get everyone else involved in his bad taste, poor hygiene and sanitation. A boar is someone who is just full of himself and just goes on endlessly about some drivel no one wants to hear.

    So you see they are very different and as a matter of fact....Oh you mean the other kind of pig and boar.
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    Hmmm, what am I a pig or a boar and with what definition do you use.....

    A gilt and a barrow would be the terms used for most pigs butchered. Everything but the squeal is used. I don't feel that most of the hair related to pigs is from a boar. I used to work in a pig plant and the boars wouldn't fit into the assembly line because they were to big. [It only takes one boar to mate many sows.]

    Without any proof I believe that most Pig brushes are marketed as Boar but in reality from gilts or barrows. Maybe it would be better to have a gilt brush so some would figure they were made of gold....

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