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It would be hard to imagine a greater leap than from the high pressured life of a chef in a Michelin-starred restaurant in London to that of a pig farmer on remote Bruny Island off the south coast of Tasmania. But that is precisely the journey that Ross O’Meara has taken and it appears he couldn’t be happier.

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