Idaho Pasture Pigs

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)

OUR HERD

Please visit our IPP Herd page under Idaho Pasture Pigs to view images of our pigs and their registrations or by clicking the link.

FALL 2020

We currently have 2 feeders available, born 9/5/2020 and 2 feeders born 11/10/2020.

SPRING 2021

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.