Our adult pigs were carefully selected out of lines we know to join our breeding line up.
We choose healthy pigs with a good disposition, small stature and overall sound. Most of our breeding pigs come from our own lines because we can trust that they will stay small and are not part farm/feral pig.
This page is under construction constantly and therefore if you don't see a parent piggy on here after looking through the page, please let me know. We do allow visits and pick up at that farm to see them in person and we constantly update the photos to reflect their current size.
Our pigs are American Miniature Pigs (not to be confused with American Mini Pig which is the name of an organization), American Miniature Pigs are a mix of the original imports from Vietnam in 1980 that most people know as Pot Belly Pigs, mixed with smaller lines and feral pigs to make up American Miniature Pigs. The term Juliana Pig is a registry made up that will register pigs with certain traits, for example: The pigs must be spotted, they have longer noses and a flatter back, the Juliana pigs tend to get taller than my lines so we have very few Julianas within our program and the few I have retained are shorter in stature. Both the Juliana Registry and AMPA registry are private for profit registries without DNA on file, they mean absolutely nothing to us. Our reputation comes from our years of breeding, our customers and our continued business growth. Anybody can buy a pig and register it, it does NOT mean the pig is a true mini.
American Miniature Pigs can grow up to 5 years, but can breed as young as a few months. Please make sure that when you are shopping for your next family member you are buying from adult pigs, pigs that are from multiple generations are even BETTER! There is ABSOLUTELY no such thing as 15, 20 or even 30 pound adult pigs! There are some "flukes" and dwarfs that are tiny, our Allan is tiny! Averaging 30 pounds at 4 years but he is a dwarf and neutered. Tumbleweed is a special circumstance, but we do not promote tiny pigs under 40 pounds because they simply are rare! There are so many scams that want you to believe they have special imported lines. They do NOT! Import records are public knowledge and no imports of ANY special lines have been done, this can be verified through the USDA.
There is no guarantee of the size of your pig! If you think about an OB/GYN certifying that a newborn human baby will only reach 125 pounds and realizing that a pigs DNA is over 99% the same as ours, you will understand. Nobody can determine if a new owner is going to feed a healthy diet, give ideal living situations and have daily exercise for their pig. A 50 pound pig can easily be overfed to 125 pounds! Just like a person who is genetically predisposed to be 125 pounds can overeat to be 300 pounds, you see it daily!
We keep our pictures current and update. Its very important to me that you are comfortable and understand the size of an adult pig. Anita (the owner of CMP) founded Mini Pig Breeders INC, a national non profit, designed to educate and certify ethical breeders.
Chibi is a very small girl out of Cricket
at 2 years she is standing 13" and 45 pounds, we expect she will mature out to around 50 pounds
Although Dominique is short, she has her winter "fluff" on in this pictures. She is almost 3 years old now
Eclair is another one of our smaller statured girls. She is almost 4 now and you can still lift her. She stands 14" tall
Promise is out of Pheonix x Axel
She is tiny so far and keeping her colors like Pheonix did
Harmonii, less than 13"
Although this little lady is tiny, she can deliver 5 piglets and is an amazing mom. She is a Khaleesi daugher, Kelly Pigler grand daughter.
Nirvana, future breeder
Pepper x Waylon
We will see what this girl has in store when she is closer to breeder. She is tiny, this picture makes her look bigger
Nirvana, future breeder
Zoomie x PoPo
Reba x Yoyo girl
Tempest x Axel