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Every Breed of Pigs For Sale

With the total US pig herd over 67 million , you have come to right place to find your new pig for sale! All breeds are welcome here including Teacup pigs, Hampshire’s, Duroc, American Yorkshire Pigs for sale and Much More!!

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Pigs For Sale

If your looking for Berkshire pigs for sale, that originated in the Berkshire area of England some 200 years ago. The Berkshire is a medium to large pig that’s black with a white snout and boots and a some  white on the tip of its tail. Berkshires pigs are hardy, fast-maturing, good natured pigs and famous for their nicely marbled, succulent and flavorful pink meat. Or maybe your looking for a new best friend? Try a pot-bellied pig for sale that you can house train!

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Butcher Pigs
Pigs For Sale
Butcher pigs for sale. Corn fed and hormone free.  Located outside of Rapid City. We can haul to local butcher or you can pick up and take to butcher of your choosing. $1.15 per lb. Pigs weigh between 225 and 300 lbs.  Call Jesse with BDR Farms, 605-381-4150.
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Butcher Pigs
Pigs For Sale
Butcher pigs for sale. Corn fed and hormone free.  Located outside of Rapid City. We can haul to local butcher or you can pick up and take to butcher of your choosing. $1.15 per lb. Pigs weigh between 225 and 300 lbs.  Call Jesse with BDR Farms, 605-381-4150.

Fast Facts About Pigs

One more fun fact! During the War of 1812, a New York pork packer named Uncle Sam Wilson shipped a boatload of several hundred barrels of pork to U.S. troops. Because each barrel was stamped “U.S.”, it quickly became bantered about that the “U.S.” stood for “Uncle Sam,” whose large pork shipment looked to be enough to feed the entire army. Thus “Uncle Sam” came to represent the U.S. Government itself! Newborn piglets learn to run to their mothers’ voices, and can recognize their own names by the time they’re 2 weeks old. If you have ever been around pigs in a unhappy situation than you know how loud the pigs squeal can be! It is as loud as 115 decibels – that’s 3 decibels higher than the sound of a supersonic airliner!

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