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  1. Weight of Side After Processing

    As many of us look for alternatives to the standard super market, we are seeing questions directed at us by incoming pig buyers, looking to buy processed pigs. Buying a processed pig is a great way to reduce your grocery bill, but do you have the space for it? After processing, the side can come in at over 800 lbs of meat. That's a lot of meat for most of our fridges and freezers, so come by our discussion to see if this option is right for you....
  2. Pot Belly Pigs for a Small Country Place

    PinnkPiggy, one of our newer members, recently joined up to ask some questions about keeping a pot bellied pig on a small tract of country land. Has the fad passed? Are Pot Bellied pigs good for food? Come to this thread to find out more on what the pig experts think when bringing a pot bellied pig home to your small country estate. [URL]https://www.pigforum.com/f9/pot-belly-pigs-small-country-place-78/[/URL]
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