This little piggy went to market.
This little piggy stayed home.
This little piggy had roast beef.
This little piggy had none.
And this little piggy…well, you know what she did.
American Guinea Hogs are great for the small homestead. Full grown they weigh less than 200 lbs. Hogs love muddle puddles to keep cool, hay to keep warm, and filtered shade. We feed ours rice and food scraps and supplement with pig pellets for trace elements and minerals.
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GOAT DEWORMER (Hogs, too)
(all ingredients are ground to a powder)
4 oz. Mullein 3 oz. Ginger 2 oz. Thyme 1.5 oz. Fennel 0.3 oz. Garlic 0.3 oz. Cloves 0.3 oz Cayenne 0.2 oz. Hyssop 0.2 oz. Wormwood
Mix together and store in an airtight glass container (We use Mason Jars) Add 1 tsp to grain each day, or add to bulk feed container.
And here is a recipe that works well to ward off intestinal problems:
4 oz. Cinnamon
3 oz. Ginger 2 oz. Cloves 1 oz. Slippery Elm 1.3 oz. Turmeric 0.5 oz. Mullein 0.2 oz. Cayenne 0.3 oz. Garlic
Mix together and store in an airtight glass container (We use Mason Jars) Add 1 tsp to grain each day, or to bulk feed storage.
Can you tell Cow is happy
Red Star Pullets – These are great egg layers.
They start at 4 months and lay all year round! Large brown eggs 3 weeks old $4 ea.
Buff Orpington – 6-8 weeks hens and roos $12 ea
Pekin Ducks – 3 months drakes and hens $15 ea
Some more of the Fam – Pekin Ducks practicing the water techniques.
Embden Geese – 2 – 4 months males & females $30 ea
American Guinea Hogs – males and females – 3 months and 1 month
Rabbits – New Zealand White/California White Cross – 6 month (4) and 1 month (5)
And of course those crazy geese $30