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A close up of a pig from Mr Gracey's farm.<br />
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Supplying farm animals to TV and film crews, including the huge hit series Game of Thrones, has saved Kenny Gracey's bacon.<br />
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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.<br />
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Mr Gracey said the film work his animals get has helped him pay the bills and keep his business going.<br />
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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.