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To be a very good pig farmer, you will need to know how to house them and care for them. Pigs are valuable animals for their meat and their manure. The rise of the organic eating movement has made consumers more aware of where their meat comes from, and many of them prefer buying from a trusted source which they can guarantee their products meets the required standards. 

Pigs need a dry, secure place to live that will protect them from the weather and provide enough space to move around. Some people claim that a full grown pig only needs about 20 square feet of space. However, for a truly healthy pig, you should allot each pig about 50 square feet of space. 

Pigs can sunburn if they do not have protection from the direct sunlight in hot weather. In cold weather, pigs will seek protection from cold and wind. The best setup is a three-sided, roofed structure that can be placed inside the fenced in area. 

For your pig farming needs and enquiries you should complete the contact page form or visit our farm at the address at the contact page, we will be glad to provide you all the assistance you may require with farming pigs. 

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Pig farming is important in many parts of the world as it produces cheap tasty meat and other secondary products like pigskin, bristle, lard, bone and blood meals, and manure over a shorter period.Pork is processed into various forms such as ham, bacon and sausages. Pigs are hardy stock and are profitable to rear as they are prolific breeders and turn out good meat over a reasonable period. 

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Pigs matures at 5-6 months old but should not be mated until she is 7-8 months old, breeding should start after third or fourth week. Heat occurs at three intervals and last for 2-3 days when services can take place. It is best to serve the sow twice within 12-24 hours to ensure successful pregnancy. The period of pregnancy takes 112-115 days i.e. 3 months, 3 weeks, 3 days.