Animal sanctuary, farm team up to save pig from slaughter

  • In this undated photo taken in Gilford, N.H. Grover the pig stands among other barnyard animals. An animal sanctuary and a farm are working together to spare Grover, a slaughterhouse-bound piglet, to promote local agriculture in New Hampshire. Beans and Greens Farm of Gilford is hoping to take Grover to the Tomten Farm and Sanctuary in Haverhill where it will live out its days. (Michele Devereaux/Tomtem Farm and Sanctuary via AP)

  • In this undated photo provided by taken in Gilford, N.H., Grover is held by Michele Devereaux. An animal sanctuary and a farm are working together to spare Grover, a slaughterhouse-bound piglet, to promote local agriculture in New Hampshire. Beans and Greens Farm of Gilford is hoping to take Grover to the Tomten Farm and Sanctuary in Haverhill where it will live out its days. (Jenifer Vickery/Tomtem Farm and Sanctuary via AP)

HAVERHILL, N.H. — An animal sanctuary and a farm in New Hampshire are working together to spare a young slaughterhouse-bound pig to promote local agriculture.

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