I've got a pig (hamp/duroc cross) who I am raising on about 1/3 acre of rye/clover with Safeway produce-fruitandveggies/bread leftovers, free choice commercial hog feed (looks like dusty cornoatsbarleywithpellets), and alfalfa hay. I got her as a weaner at the end of May and yesterday she weighed 137.9 according to the girthxgirthxlengthdividedby400 formula. When I got her, my neighbors said to worm her about halfway through raising her for meat. Do I need to worm her? She is not in a confined pen and is a neat little pooper (along the fenceline, away from browse). I'd just as soon put as little meds into her as possible. She DOES drink the disgusting water in her long pig submarine trough, that she muddies despite twice weekly cleaning...she also has a superduperprotected water bucket that she tries to find ways to spill and flip and I continually come up with new ways to encircle/girdle/protect from said displacement of aquavitae. She lives with two calves, so don't know if there's any zoonotic nematodes that would cross the bovine/porcine borders. Any and all thoughts appreciated.