About 1000 pounds worth. They eat like elephants. My two domestic sows were originally purchased to breed. They have very good genes- AI'd by a big-time boar. Their mother was also a fair champion locally (if I'm not mistaken). I've had a change of heart about these two and my plans. I can still make it work, I'm sure, but I'd rather use their pen (and ALL the money they EAT) for my razorbacks and goats. Thing is, when I calculate what they've eaten and what it will take to maintain them all the way through farrowing- I won't have a profit until next year's fair. I plan to AI them in May and have fair pigs to sell to local youth at about $125 a pop- they go for as much as $225 (which I don't think is fair- no pun intended). I've tried to sell them- have advertised them here on the barter board, in local papers and surrounding counties, in the state agricultural market place, online in livestock classifieds and in feed stores. Never have I had as much as a question on them and they are super nice sows. I've mentioned trades, dropped the price to $175 each, suggested butcher both keep one type deals, etc. Nothing. Can you guys think of anything I can do to help move these two? Or does it look like I am stuck either keeping them or just butchering them? Thanks in advance.