Some Micro Pig Facts

About Micro Pigs

Your little pig...

  • Has a lifespan of 12-20 years.
  • Is extremely affectionate.
  • Loves your attention.
  • Can be litter trained.
  • Smiles constantly.
  • Is easy to care for.
  • Is good with all animals.
  • Doesn't shed.
  • Makes a great pet.


Please browse our site to find out all you need to know about our Micro Pigs. Don't forget to have a look at the photo's, one of them could be your new pet just waiting to be taken home!


The following information will help you understand the adoption process at The Micro Pig Farm. Please note however, we make a point of getting to know our clients before a pig is matched to its new family. Lots of support is offered along with all the necessary information to help you understand how best to care for your new pet. At The Micro Pig Farm, our goals are to produce only as many micro pigs as can placed in responsible, caring homes. We aim to provide our clients with a happy, healthy pet who can adapt easily to its new family and home situation.

How We Prepare Your Pig For Adoption
All our micro pigs are registered, vaccinated, microchipped and wormed. They are loved and cared for, spending time both indoors and outdoors. They are sociable and are already learning good piggy manners before you take them home.

Our practice is to find adoptive homes for the piglets prior to their birth, if possible. All the necessary information will be provided in advance of your new micro pig going home with you, in order that you are well informed and prepared prior to the arrival of the latest addition to your family. Please contact us for more information, if you have any questions about the adoption process, or if you are interested in being notified of upcoming litters.

Important Requirements

  • Micro Pigs make good house pets, but they also need some outside space.
  • Check with your local vetinary surgery to ensure they have experience and are confident dealing with Micro Pigs.
  • Make sure your neighbours have no objections to a Micro Pig playing in the backgarden next door!
  • If there is a way out, your pig will find it! Make sure you have secure fencing in your garden.
  • You need some space for a decent sized pen for your Micro Pig. This should contain plenty of fresh barley straw.
  • Ensure they have lots of water at all times.

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