Cynthia and Corina came to Ross Mill Farm in April 2013. They were confiscated in Ephrata PA by the County Animal Response Team due to a hording situation that involved 80 wild and domestic animals being kept in a mobile home. They are recovering very well and currently living in a large open area at the farm. Both are sweet and curious girls, but they aren't always the sweetest to their occasional third pen-mate, Bubba. They are both microchipped and ready for their forever home. We are estimating they were born around 2011. Both girls are large pigs.
If you are interested in Cynthia and Corina please visit our website and complete the application. https://www.pigplacementnetwork.org/adopt/adoption-application-page/ If you would like further information you may contact Patti or Susan. Qualified homes must 1) be in a zone friendly community 2)locate a vet that will care for pet pigs 3) own their home.