Last summer we bought three baby pigs when they were they were about eight weeks old. They were so cute and we had quite the adventure getting started with them. Once we got them all settled in, raising them to butcher weight was very easy. We kept them in a large wooded area with electric fence. They enjoyed rooting around, eating grubs, acorns, and any other goodies they could find. We provided them with plenty of table scraps, whey, and soaked non-gmo/soy-free grains. They were happy, grew well, and got nice and fat.
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- Jenna Dooley
I'm Jenna, devoted wife and mom of seven. I love all things homesteading, homeschooling, and natural living. Our family is striving to be self sufficient. We are learning as we journey through homesteading. Visit my blog, The Flip Flop Barnyard to follow our journey.
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