Are you able to look past first impressions? If so, I am the animal for you! Don’t let my muddy exterior dissuade you from sponsoring me. I love people and will always run up to the fence to greet you with my special welcome grunt.
Farm pigs need lots of care, especially as we get older. We need routine vet and dental care; lots of mud to stay cool with in the summer (fights off mosquitos, too), and oodles of fresh produce every day to stay healthy. As I get older, my joints will begin to get sore, so I’ll need special medicine to stay comfortable. I can expect to live about 7-10 years.
Large Black Hog
Beatrice was found rooting up a garden in Milwaukee with her sister, Maxine. They were just little piglets then and probably fell off a cattle truck headed for a slaughterhouse. Thank goodness they made it to Heartland!
A bit bossy to my little sister. Otherwise, quite friendly and enjoy a belly rub.
Cardboard boxes to tear up; produce; and my treat barrel