We love pigs and we take in rehomes, help in rescues and take in pigs from kill shelters before they are euthanized. We don't ask for large adoption fees, a donation towards our feed and de-wormer bill is very much appreciated. Sometimes we have other rescued farm animals available. The pigs listed here are pets, they are not for you to eat, unfortunately most of our inquiries are for that purpose. If you are interested in adopting a piggy please text 530-999-1732 or 530-514-3249
Are you in our area and have access for lots of garden veggies? Pumpkins? Hay or grain? Even straw? Even bread or grains (not rotten or molded) We love donations for these guys, we are not non profit so we fund this venture on our own and it has grown quite large over the last few years due to COVID our adoptions are way down
ADOPTED BY JESSICA AND FAMILY
Pua came to us from a Shelter in SoCal, she is very socialized. We have had her for 1.5 years and was about 9 months when she came to us. She is dominant with other pigs and would probably be best on her own. She lives outside full time right now.
Nimi came to us as a spoiled house pig with no manners. We have decreased her weight and fixed her hooves. She does tricks. She is shy at first but then loves her people she would be good alone or with another piggy friend!
Sweet as can be! Missy came from a rescue operation, we tracked down the original owner, she use to be a mama. She is so sweet and nuturing, not a mean bone in her body. She is thin but as much as we feed her she remains thin, I am hoping with a new home she won't be the low piggy on the totem pole and can gain weight.
8 year old Potbelly, neutered. Came to us after the Vacaville fire.. We have taken about 100 pounds off of Cosmo, this is not a recent picture but he is not a mini pig, he is a pot belly
The sweetest big baby here, loves to nap all day. He gets along with everyone but if he is with a bully he will be the underdog and allow himself to get hurt
We have many more adoptable pigs available, I will eventually get to updating the page. Many are pet quality, all are adapted to living outside and all are healthy
We did a large rescue last year and the pigs were not socialized so these guys love to come for treats and be by you but aren't fond of petting. Can they be? Yes they need work. But did you know that pigs are excellent at controlling weeds? If you have a fenced area that needs weed control, , our pigs are way better and less picky than our goats. These guys are free to homes that can care for them. They are not to eat!