Idaho Pasture Pig

The Idaho Pasture Pig (IPP) is a new breed of pig that is made up of the Duroc, Old Berkshire, and the Kunekune pig.  These are true "grazing" pigs and are very gentle in nature, have great personalities, are easy to work with, and stay smaller then the traditional pig while still reaching a butcher weight of about 200 - 250 pounds in 9 - 10 months eating primarily grass.

Current Pricing

Weaned Unregistered Feeder - $125

Registered Gilt or Boar - $400

We cannot sell unrelated breeding pairs at this time.

Cash only and due at time of pick up.

Prices subject to change without notice.

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Our Breeding Stock

Boar - Max

We recently acquired Max. He is two years old, has good size, conformation, and the best disposition. He is truly a gentle giant, loves to be scratched, and to lay with his girls. He has sired a couple litters for a previous owner and we are hoping to have our first two litters out of him this spring.

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Gilt - Tinker

Tinker is a nice ginger and black spotted gilt that we recently purchased from Mo-Hare Farms. She has good confirmation and is the boss lady of the herd. Hoping to have her first litter this spring.

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Gilt - Pearl

Pearl is also a gilt we recently purchased from Mo-Hare Farms. Pearl is black and white, good confirmation, and is an in your pocket pig. She is sweet, gentle, and will have her first litter this spring.

If you look at her papers you will notice her name was Scream, markings on the side of her look like the mask in Scream, but with her personality we decided to changer her name to Pearl.

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