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(of a sow) pregnant.
- ‘The first indication that a sow is ‘in pig’ is failing to come back in season after being mated.’
- ‘Some breeders will leave the boar in with the sow until they can feel that the sow is in pig.’
- ‘A piglet from the porcherie costs FRw 5000 (10) but the fatted pig can sell for FRw 15000 or a little more if a sow is in pig.’
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