The Idaho Pasture Pig breed was created in 2012. It consists of a mix of three heritage breeds: Duroc, Old Berkshire, and the Kunekune pig. The Idaho Pasture Pig is a true “grazing” pig 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. (idahopasturepigregistry.com)
Looking for high-quality pasture pork raised on organic alfalfa/grass pastures and hay as well as non-GMO grain and minerals?
If you are interested in pigs from our Spring litters, we have started a waiting list. Please Contact Us ASAP, to get your name on our list!
Feeders: $180 each or $175 for two or more. We require a $50 deposit to hold the pig(s).
Registered Breeders: $500 each. A $100 deposit is required.
If your pig(s) will be traveling out of state, we require an additional $40 for a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI).
Pigs do fly! If you are looking to have your pig shipped, it will cost an additional $400. This includes the cost of the CVI, crate, and airline fee. You can get two 8 week old pigs in one crate.