Next spring we will be adding a few pigs to the farm.  In anticpication for this I told a pig class a few weeks ago. 

I learned a ton about all aspects of raising pigs on pasture.  I plan on spending a few days at my friends farm this fall to gain a little bit more advice and knowledge.  Hopefully this will get me started off in the right direction come next spring when we bring in our first batch of feeders. 

Below you will see pictures of some simple but very important equipment you will probably need to make taking care of your pigs a little easier.

More to come regarding pigs as we plan and prepare this winter.  If you have any pig questions email or leave comments in the notes.  I will be sure to run them by experienced pig farming buddy. 



11/10/2016 10:04pm

Feeding pigs isn't another thought. Indeed, swines have been brought up in American knolls and woodlots since our nation's commencement. Much sooner than imprisonment horse shelters, farrowing containers and compost tidal ponds got to be industry standards, fed pigs were raised and completed on grass across the nation.

12/15/2016 9:41am

I think many people are against the hunting of animals. This is really harmful for the preservation of the animals. But i think this is the life cycle of the animal and the humans.


You are doing an amazing work for the hunt lovers. I often research for the best safari park but you are enabling us to go and hunt the way you want. I am as a student, have plan to visit your site in couple of months and I hope more fun coming there.

04/19/2017 4:48am

This can really help to take care of them better! Good equipment!


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