Hello All, I have a pet farm pig, appx 9 months old, who is a very well trained and sweet animal. However due to life circumstances and shortened winter daylight hours I just haven't been able to spend much time with her. As a result she is getting very bored, arnry and destructive. Plus she's growing like crazy - I won't be able to outwrestle her for long . Anyway, I know she's lonely and I need a companion for her asap (or she's going to turn into christmas ham real soon.) I know another pig would be the best companion, but given aforementioned critters recent naughtiness that route would be impossible. Toys in the pen aren't cutting it. She's housed in her own area during the days. Has free run of an acre yard in the evenings (usually - not with the recent trouble she's caused). I can get a hold of any critter. I'm leaning toward some ducks housed with her, a pygmy goat, or possible a small dog from the shelter. Any suggestions? how big of a danger is squishing - Ie big pig rolling over in night and accidentally killing companion? Will letting her get pregnant occupy her mind and settle her down a bit? Just for the record. I'm not a novice, know to be careful introducing strange animals to each other, etc.. She was a great pet, I'm sure if I can just keep her distracted for a month or two - I can straighten her behavior out.