Like others on this forum I've had trouble finding feeder pigs. I've found some finally, but some of my neighbors haven't yet. This scarcity makes me think I should maybe breed one and keep some of her litter and sell the rest. It also makes me think that if experienced breeders are getting out of breeding then I, an inexperienced breeder, should definitely stay away. Or, maybe the shortages come in cycles and next year there will be a surplus of feeder pigs. Oh, and I live in the Adirondack Mountains of NY - weeks and weeks of -20 degrees and colder in the winter, and the pig shelter is 100 feet away from the nearest source of electricity. I shouldn't breed one of these pigs, right?