Four of the brothers are still looking for homes. These guys have lived their entire lives with other pigs so we'd like to adopt them either in pairs or to someone who already has a pig so they will still have a companion.
Pipsqueak is one of a litter of five that recently arrived at Ross Mill Farm. Their mother was rescued unaware she was pregnant until six little piggies popped out. All five brothers came to the farm while the sister remained with her mother as a companion. They are all quite friendly but still a bit shy. They were born November 25 2014 and neutered in June. They are up to date on their vaccines and microchipped. They have been outdoors their whole lives but could most likely acclimate to an indoor environment. They are medium sized pigs.
At their previous home they were around a 14 year old girl they did well with along with horses lambs chickens cats and dogs.
If you are interested in Pipsquek or his littermates please visit our website and complete the application. www.pigplacementnetwork.org
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.