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A close up of a pig from Mr Gracey's farm.
Supplying farm animals to TV and film crews, including the huge hit series Game of Thrones, has saved Kenny Gracey's bacon.
The 57-year-old farmer started supplying pigs, cows, donkeys, goats and even a trained deer to Hollywood seven years ago, when the recession was hitting his business hard.
Mr Gracey said the film work his animals get has helped him pay the bills and keep his business going.
Forthill Farm in Tandragee, Northern Ireland, specialises in traditional breeds like Longhorn cattle and Gloucestershire old spot pigs, ideal for shows and films set in medieval times.