Breeding pair American guinea hogs

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  1. 62flint

    62flint Active Member

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    I recently got this pair of hogs from a friend. Getting to bad in health to take care of them.
    I told him I would take them before I looked at them. (Trying to do him a favor since he really couldn't take care of them any more.)
    Turns out the sow is likely bred (4-6) weeks
    And the boar is intact.
    Neither is ideal sausage.
    So if any one wants to get started in hogs I got a deal. They are gentle and easy to handle, trained to a electric fence
    200.00 obo for the pair
     

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  2. copperhead46

    copperhead46 Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Too far away for me, but they are really good hogs, hope someone grabs them up.
     

  3. 62flint

    62flint Active Member

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    Well, seems my daughter has grown fond of the sow. The boar come running to her when he hears the 4 wheeler so,,,,,,,
    looks like I got guinea hogs lest for the foreseeable future...
     
  4. Bob Johnsun

    Bob Johnsun Well-Known Member

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    Yep you got about 10 Or 15 gallons of lard right there . What meat that's on them is really good . I'd keep them just for the fat to add to my deer sausage .