Not a bad suggestion though if we had pigs the only place we could put them that is downwind would be in front of the house. The house is about 45' from the road. The wind comes from every direction except east.1 suggestion...make sure the pig pens are downwind. Animals all have a smell, but pigs really do.
I don’t know anything about doing business on FB. My only experience was trying to sell some goats on an East Texas goat site. What I learned was that FB has given into special interests who are totally opposed to the sale of animals of any sort, especially meat animals, who might be eaten. It was an exercise in futility, as FB actually blocks posts about selling goats. I finally just left the group, as I got no help from administrators.
Well, these geys DO grow to the size of a bulldog. That’s a fact. We are prepared for that. I think they fibbed to for any people who would not be prepared. We are fully aware about these breeds and the misconceptions, and the lies we’ve already been told. Not by the Richards Family Farm where we got the two pregnant girls. They are great. But, people lie about these pigs. My job will to make sure they are extremely educated on them, and aware how big they will get, before they leave here. I don’t want people jumping into this and regretting it. But...we might have screwed up already. We got the two pregnant pigs today. They are very sweet pigs. The one is actually on piglet watch right now! When we took our male to show the Richards...they noticed he had a ‘piss pocket’. It’s apparently not a huge deal, but it’s where urine and some sperm can build up. I will have to relive the pressure for him to breed. They retired the boar that had this. Personally, I wish we didn’t get this little guy. But their boar was huge and homely. I’m hoping after i take care regular maintenance of his issues, it won’t interfaith mating.?If you were expecting a 15 pound pig, why did you accept a 45 pound pig???