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Learn about keeping pigs

  • Apr 21, 2014 · 9:30 AM
  • Breakneck Hill Farm

Pigs are easy to keep. Our Sow just farrowed last week and our vet is coming Monday morning to castrate the male piglets. This is a chance for anyone who might be interested in having pigs to learn about what is needed and how to enhance their foraging.

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  • Neil K.

    Very interesting

    April 21, 2014

    • Paul B.

      Neil, thanks for coming by. I hope you guys got a sense of what is needed to have pigs. This was the next step for me. I had only kept feeder pigs before this. So they would come in the spring castrated and weened off their moms at about 7 weeks and usually in Oct. or Nov. they'd go to the butcher.

      April 21, 2014

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