Idaho Pasture Pig
The Idaho Pasture Pig (IPP) is a newer 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 225 - 275 pounds in 9 - 10 months eating primarily grass.
Weaned Unregistered Feeder - $175
Registered Gilt - $525
Registered Boar - $525
Cash only and due at time of pick up.
Prices subject to change without notice.
Use the Contact form on the homepage to get on our waiting list or to schedule a farm visit.
***Our wait list for spring 2022 litters is full at this point. We can add you to our fall 2022 wait list.
Our Breeding Stock
Boar - Cisco
We acquired Cisco the summer of 2021 from Duck Creek Pastures out of Wisconsin in an effort to bring some diversity to the bloodlines in the PNW. Cisco has a great personality, he is playful, energetic, and enjoys attention. He is developing nice muscle tone, has a good underline, and nice length to his body.
Gilt - Charlotte
We acquired Charlotte the summer of 2021 from Duck Creek Pastures out of Wisconsin too. The Ida lines is currently very limited in the PNW so we're looking forward to her offspring helping other breeders diversify their bloodlines a bit. Charlotte is a very muscular gilt with probably one of the cutest faces. She loves attention and has been a great addition to our herd.
Gilt - Trifecta
Trifecta is out of our previous breeding stock and was born spring of 2021. Her mom Pearl was an excellent mother with nice size litters of 13 and 10. Like her mom she has good confirmation, is larger in size, friendly, and we hope has larger litters too.
Gilt - Pin Wheel
Pin Wheel is out of our previous breeding stock and was born spring of 2021. Pin Wheel is a nice size gilt that is well per-portioned and like her sisters is easy going and enjoys a belly rub or ear scratches. We're looking forward to seeing her offspring with Wilbur next spring.