There are many different names or descriptions that pet miniature pigs go by but they are NOT breeds!!!  Just descriptions of size, such as micro mini, pixie pigs, miniature pigs, tea cup pigs, potbelly pigs no matter what kind they all grow up miniature compared to farm hogs.
 I have different sizes of miniature pigs including
Mini pigs & Juliana pigs 15"- 18", 
Smaller mini pigs 13"-14". 
All my pigs are measured at the front shoulder to the top of their back. 
We also have JPAR registered Juliana pigs and unregistered Juliana pigs.  

My mini pigs as adults are 14"- 17" and about the size of a bull dog.  I cannot guarantee any of their sizes but piglets should be comparable to their parents.  
Mini pigs can make great house pets but you must be prepared for a forever 3 yr old toddler.  Pet miniature pigs are extremely smart and need you to provide them with stimulating activities to keep them from becoming bored and possibly destructive.  They are all adorable little babies that can fit in a teacup at birth but by the time they are weaned and ready to come home  your piglet will no longer fit in that teacup.  There is no adult pigs that will !!!  You should do your research before you bring a little pig home,
Its a 15-20 yr commitment. 

Please do your research before getting a mini pig as your pet.

 Pigs can be a lot of work but well worth all the love and enjoyment your mini pig will bring to your family and home.

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We breed miniature pigs and strive to be a responsible breeder, to send our piglets out with families that have done their research and are willing to provide our piglets with a forever home. We do provide lifetime support and will help answer any questions you may have.  All of my parent pigs are on site.  We should have piglets available or soon to be available throughout the year.  

We welcome and encourage you to visit the adult pigs to get a better feel for the size of the piglet you choose should grow to.  



Dolly due late September 2017

Cheyenne

Babe is retiring, last litter June 2017

Sweetheart due September 2017

Natasha 

Trixie (1st Kunini litter) Fall 2017

Lily

​Skye

​Izabella 

Charlotte due early October 2017

Fiona

Mia

Pumpkin will be bred for spring 2018

Kilani

Salsa (Kune Kune)  due August 2017?

​Queso (Kune Kune) due September 2017?

​Penelope will be bred for Spring 2018

Athena

​Izabella