All Creatures Great and Small - Chapter 38 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 38 Summary

Mr. Worley loves his pigs. He is a retired newsagent and by all rights, should not be a successful raiser of pigs, at least according to the Darrowby locals. However, he happens to be one of the most successful pig raisers in the town despite his lack of proper facilities and livestock knowledge.

Herriot is called out to tend to Queenie, one of Worley's sows. She has a sore foot, and although this isn't something serious, Worley wants her taken care of. Worley takes an immediate liking to Herriot and says that he can tell Herriot loves pigs. After fixing the sow's foot, Herriot heads out. Herriot becomes a frequent visitor at Worley's inn in the afternoons for a quick pint. Darrowby has several liquor regulations, but the local constable doesn't appear to enforce them.

Some time later, Herriot is called out in the middle of the...

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