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Three little pigs launch 2023 season at Beacon Hill Children’s Farm

Saturday March 11, 2023 | VICTORIA, BC

by Mary P Brooke | Island Social Trends

Beacon Hill Children’s Farm has announced the names of three baby female pigs who are settling into their new forever home.

Petunia, Poppy and Punk moved to the farm a few weeks ago and are making their new forever home in the pig area.

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Petunia, Poppy and Punk are the new pigs at Beacon Hill Children’s Farm in Victoria, BC. [March 11, 2023]

“They are very excited about new faces and new things, but are also still timid and can sometimes get a little scared,” said Beacon Hill Children’s Farm organizers on their Facebook page today.

“They love to dig in the dirt, greet people by the fence and take long naps under the heat lamp,” is the report. “Being together is their happy and safe place — they always stay and snuggle very closely to each other.”


Open daily:

Visitors to the farm that is located in downtown Victoria at Beacon Hill Park can observe the pigs through a fence.

The farm is open daily now for the 2023 season, from 10 am to 4 pm, weather permitting.

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About Beacon Hill Children’s Farm:

The Beacon Hill Children’s Farm, located within Beacon Hill Park in downtown Victoria, BC brings the farm animal experience into the city.

Operated since 1985 by the Koenders family in conjunction with the Beacon Hill Farm Society, the Beacon Hill Children’s Farm take pride in providing both an educational and economical form of entertainment for the whole family.

Their goal is to help children develop a respect for animals that will remain with them for life.


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