We always have a variety of weaners available and plenty of guidance and advice if this is your first time fattening your own stock. Always feel free to drop us an email with your questions.
Our stock is constantly changing so if you do not see what you are looking for, let us know, we may well have the breed or be able to source it. At busy times of the year our stock sells before even making it onto the website! To secure the weaners you want, you can pay a deposit with the balance due when you collect or we deliver.
Weaners are generally sold at 8 weeks of age and are already eating solids, in our case pig nuts. We are able to offer three types of weaners depending on your requirements. These are:
- Weaners for Fattening
- Weaners for Breeding
- Registered Weaners for Breeding
The first two can be pure bred & birth notified or may be crosses. The third is pure bred & birth notified and on payment of a registration fee can be registered. If you require registered stock please ensure you let us know before you place your order as all stock is booked on a first come basis and it is often not possible to change at a later date from unregistered to registered stock since there is limited availability.
For weaner availability drop us an email. Please book early to avoid disappointment!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your enquiry.
We look forward to hearing from you!
PRICE LIST 2014
Weaners (8-12 weeks)
1+ 5+ 10+
Boar/Gilt Boar/Gilt Boar/Gilt
£55/£60 £50/£55 £45/£50
Deposit £25/head secures
Gloucestershire Old Spots
Old Spots are known as an orchard pig and it is rumoured that the black spots
are in fact bruises from falling apples!
Known as the elephant pig, they look like miniture elephants when they are first born!
The British Saddleback was recognised is 1967 when the Wessex Saddleback & the Essex breeds were amalgamated.
Oxford Sandy & Blacks
Also known as the "plum pudding" or "oxford forest" pig, the OSB are believed to originate from Oxfordshire.
The rarest of all the British breeds and considered endangered by the Rare Breed Survival Trust.