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American Guinea Hog Piglets Pigs for Sale - $100 (New London)

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American Guinea Hog piglets for sale, born December 23 and eating solid food. These healthy babies are ready for new pastures.

Guinea hogs are a popular choice for homesteads for their easy-going, non-aggressive disposition.

Height – Males typically are 22 to 27 inches tall and females might be a little shorter. The hogs are small with a length of 46 to 56 inches from head to tail.

Weight – For adult hogs is between 150 and 200 pounds. The breed tends to put on too much weight so careful monitoring of scraps and any additional feed products is important.

Coloring – Predominantly or exclusively black. Small amounts of white points are acceptable for registered hogs. There is a rare recessive gene for red hair. The hair is coarse.

Ears – The ears on American Guinea hogs are upright.

Tail – One curl in the tail is the accepted standard.

Temperament – One of the best features of this hardy hog is the pleasant, easy-going temperament. For a small homestead setting, a calm, friendly pig personality is a must, particularly when children are present.

This breed adapts well to rough forage, pasture, and garden cleanup. Their tendency to become overweight if fed commercial feed makes them an ideal homestead hog. They normally thrive without any additional feed cost than the forage grown on the property. They adapt well to a barnyard setting and get along well with other farm animals. In addition, the Guinea hogs may help rid your barn area of rodents and snakes.

The primary purpose of the American Guinea hog is meat production. The yield for a typical full-grown hog is 75 pounds or higher hanging weight.

Call or text, the piglets are selling fast! We have both boys and girls.

Boys - $100
Girls - $150

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