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A Special Breed Of Pet Pig

All of our stock is under 15 inches in height when full grown at 4 years of age and an average weight of 40 to 60 pounds,

Juliani/Potbelly cross

Miniature African Guinea hog/Juliani cross

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I am always adding new information about pigs. If you missed something, or if you are looking for something in particular, head on over to the Pig Articles and Information section. If you are unable to find the information that you are looking for, contact me and I will do what I can to help you.


Popular Questions

  • What should I feed my mini pig?

    Weigh your pig and convert it’s weight to ounces.  Multiply that number times  .015 (or 1.5%).  That is the number of ounces of pelleted Mazuri minipig chow to feed in a day.  Divide that amount into two feedings a day.  Provide fresh water at all times.   Use the elder minipig chow as it is closer… Read More »


Pig Fact Of The Day

  • Why Spay or Neuter?

    Creekside Farm Tiny Oinkers February 19, 2013 Pig Fact of the Day: Why Spay or neuter your pig? Pigs reach sexual maturity as early as 3 months old. Males can be neutered as early as 4 weeks, this reduces the chance of prostate cancers, testicular cancer, no more smell, less aggression and no more humping… Read More »

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So you think you want a pet pig?

Important Information – Please Read Before Buying A Pet Pig

Before considering buying a pet pig, check with your local city or county to see if there are any restrictions, obligations, requirements or regulations with which you need to abide?

Pigs are highly intelligent and social animals who grow very attached to their owners, you become their family. Deciding to re-home or give them away after you have raised them is like giving your child away!

They can sink into a deep depression, grieve, develop bad behavior that may make them un-adoptable to anyone else and wind up in a sanctuary to spend the rest of their lives wandering what they did wrong and why their family doesn’t love them anymore. So Please do your homework before you decide you want a pet pig!

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