Help me identify my pigs please!

TwentymileAcres

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I impulse purchased these two pigs at a sale barn last night. They were so unique looking, I couldn’t resist. They aren’t normal commercial hogs, they are shaped differently, have stubby legs, and are very hairy. But they aren’t potbellied pigs either. Could they be American Guinea Hogs? They are about 95 lbs.
I was going to put them out in the pasture with two sheep, but a guy at the auction said they will eat the sheep?!? Any advice on that too?
Thanks!!
 

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luvmypets

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Definitly full or part Berkshire, they are going to get BIG.
 

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One is a gilt, one is a boy, although I don’t see any dumplings on his backside so I think he might be castrated.
 
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