Moving a pig

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pedro1
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Moving a pig

Post by pedro1 » Sun Nov 06, 2011 8:33 am

I am looking for some advice I want a pig and had got all the way to the deliver day but then a piglet died on his farm. This all happened on the first of September and one thing led to another and I am still waiting for the pig and they guy has informed me that he is getting new stock today which means I have to wait another 21 days do you guys think i should wait for her or look for another pig from pedro 1

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Re: Moving a pig

Post by simon » Sun Nov 06, 2011 9:03 am

Personally I prefer to buy from the breeder so that I can see the parents and other stock the breeder has.

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Re: Moving a pig

Post by wendy scu » Tue Nov 08, 2011 8:42 pm

i wouldn't buy from a dealer who is buying stock in, i would go to a breeder where you can see the parent pigs, and choose what you want for yourself.
also, i would not consider having one on its own. definitely need two to keep each other company

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