Breeding

Note: Because of the number of pet pigs now available for adoption, the farm has temporally suspended its breeding program. If you wish to purchase a registered pig, please contact the farm and we can recommend a qualified NAPPA certified breeder.

BREEDING PROGRAM

breeding-program

Maintaining a healthy miniature Pet Pig gene pool is essential to the long term success of this unique breed type. The farm program is limited to only a few breedings a year using boars and sows from a variety of sources. It is suggested that you reserve a piglet prior to breeding to guarantee availability...You may want to consider adoption. www.pigplacementnetwork.com.

ADORABLE, HEALTHY, SOCIALIZED, REGISTERED

The farm is a NAPPA certified breeder and has been breeding registered miniature Pet Pigs since 1990.The foundation herd is carefully selected for size, disposition, gene pool diversity and confirmation, Our goal is to provide a healthy well mannered, house trained piglet that will quickly become a cherished member of your family.

Note: Because of the number of pet pigs now available for adoption, the farm has temporally suspended its breeding program. If you wish to purchase a registered pig, please contact the farm and we can recommend a qualified NAPPA certified breeder

TRAINING & HEALTH CARE

All Ross Mill Farm, Inc. piglets are hand raised in an active social family environment. They become potty trained, familiar with other pets, children and household noises. Piglets are health certified, spayed or neutered and microchip upon delivery.

The farm does not ship our piglets by air. We want to meet and help train the new owners to insure the success of this new and important relationship. The farm offers follow up and other support services on all purchases.

BREEDING PROGRAM

Maintaining a healthy miniature Pet Pig gene pool is essential to the long term success of this unique breed type. The farm program is limited to only a few breedings a year using boars and sows from a variety of sources. It is suggested that you reserve a piglet prior to breeding to guarantee availability...You may want to consider adoption.www.pigplacementnetwork.com

MYTHS, MAGIC AND MAL-PRACTICE

You may have heard of extremely small pet pigs sometimes called "Tea Cup" or other names to suggest size...

"Buyer beware".
A normal, healthy Pet Pig will weigh about 60 lbs. to 125 lbs. A pet pig that appears small may be dwarfed, undernourished, very young, and sick, deformed or have other health issues. Insist on seeing their "parents and check age" (pigs mature after three years), review the piglet's registrations, breeder certification, and check the breeder's references to avoid dissatisfaction and problems in the future.