7/2/21: These wonderfully sweet & sociable pigs are all available and now living at Ross Mill Farm, just waiting for the right family!
4/12/2021: Sandy and Mandy were both spayed on Monday April 12th and are ready to go home now! They are bonded and we would like them to remain together. Both girls are both wonderful! They both have their own personalities and can't wait to find a home!
Introducing Sandy and Mandy! These piggies lost their home and need a new home ASAP. All of them are unaltered as of mid-Nov, but plans to have them spayed and neutered are in the works. They will be available to adopt together or separately, but Hue needs to be kept separate from the ladies until everyone is altered. They are all friendly, have been good with kids ages 7 & 9, and get along with other animals including dogs, cats & chickens. (Dogs and pigs should always be supervised and never left alone when together.) Transportation can be provided within reason, to be discussed with qualified applicants.
Sandy and Mandy are also very sweet and are great pigs. They are a bit younger than Hue, smaller than him, & still growing at around 90 lbs as of April 9th,2021. They have also been known to bust out of the pens, so proper pig fencing is needed (although altering often curbs the "escape" behaviors, once hormones aren't running amuck anymore!).
These pigs are altered and are ready for adoption. Intact pigs do not make the best companion animals. Spaying prevents unwanted litters, curbs behavior problems, and prevents uterine tumors. Neutering prevents behavior issues and eliminates that classic for odor. Altering pigs when they're younger is safe and usually less expensive than waiting until it becomes a problem or a medical emergency.
If you are interested in adopting, please complete the application and mention the name, city, and state of the pig(s) you're interested in: https://www.pigplacementnetwork.org/online-adoption-application/
Qualified homes must 1) be in a zone friendly community, 2) locate a vet that will care for pet pigs, 3) own their home.
There is an adoption fee that will be discussed during an application review.
Weight, age, alter status, and other information about this pig supplied by the guardian and not verified by PPN. Age and weight may be estimates.