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Come take a look at our Pot Belly Pigs..........................

Unfortunately we do not currently have any piglets at this time but please take a look at some of our past litters of piglets....

 

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Vietnamese Pot Bellied Pig

The Pot Bellied Pigs were first domesticated in Asia before 6000 BC, However, the first Pot Bellied Pig was not brought into the U.S. until 1985 by Mr. Connell. Many arrived soon after making the Pot Bellied Pig a popular pet.

The average life span is 12 years of age

Pot Bellied Pigs are extremely intelligent and social making them wonderful pets. Although, their size is not always taken into consideration since they are so cute and tiny as babies, therefore many forget that they will grow to be quite a large animal. Many start at being raised in the house and later being sent out as a yard pet. Either way they are great pets. If raised in the house they may be litter box trained very easily and fed with a bottle making them even more tame.On average they have loving and friendly temperament, but ordinarily do not like to be held. Do keep in mind that they love mud holes and no matter where they are in your yard will construct one. We love our Pot Belly Pigs! Maggie was our first Pot Belly Pig which was raised in the house and Suga, one of Maggie's babies, was the first to be bottle fed. At any time we can go out and call to Suga and she will come running.

Suga

Suga (Maggie and Wilber)

 

 

Maggie

Maggie

 

 

Rozie

Rozi (Maggie and Harley)

 

 

Jazzy

Jazzy

 

Harley

Harley our stud

 

Baby Suga

Suga as a baby

 

Jazzy and Percilla

Jazzy and Percilla

 

 

Suga

Suga and baby piglet

 

 

Suga nad Percilla

Suga and Percilla

 

 

Rozie and baby

Rozie and Baby

 

Percilla

Percilla and goats

 

Suga and goats

Suga covered by goats

 

 

Suga

Suga

Jazzy and Rozzy

Jazzy and Rozzy

Suga cooling off

Suga in the pool

We are proud members of the following animal organizations:
783 Holland Road * Powder Springs, GA 30127 * Phone: (770) 794-6668 * Fax: (770)794-6669; E-mail: dcharris@bellsouth.net

National Pygmy Goat Association

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International Llama Registry

ILR

Olde English Babydoll Southdown Sheep Registry

"The Original Southdown Sheep"

Babydoll Sheep

American Kennel Club

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American Donkey and Mule Society
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