From curious donkeys to watchful goats, the Children's Farmyard at Shelburne Farms is filled with all sorts of farm fun.
"What we do is open our doors for anyone to have an interaction with food and farming and agriculture," said Rachel Cadwallader-Staub of Shelburne Farms.
But the most action might be going on in the pig house, where 400-pound Miss Piggy and her four 1-month-old piglets are having a ball.
Reporter Gina Bullard: What is so great about pigs?
Rachel Cadwallader-Staub: Oh, they're so fun. Not only are they delicious, but they're really fun.
"They're a lot of fun to watch," Susan Greenberg said.
Greenberg and her family are visiting from Connecticut. They couldn't help but stop by to see what all the action was about.
"That's the fun thing coming to a farm like this, you feel like you're a kid again being immersed in it," Greenberg said.
If you can't make it to the farm to see all this action in person, then you're in luck, because WCAX will be streaming everything that happens in this piggy palace 24 hours a day on our website.
"I think it would be interesting once you've been here being out of state being able to dial in and see what's going on. It's interesting," Greenberg said.
"It's a cool opportunity to get people connected to our farm and farming," Cadwallader-Staub said.
Gina Bullard: Do you think you'll tune in from Connecticut?
Susan Greenberg: Yeah, why not? We'll take a look here and there and see what's going on with our friends over here.
So, tune in to see these camera hogs in action.
Click here to check out the WCAX Pig Cam.
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