Meet Our Teacup Pet Mini Pig Parents

teacup pet piglet

Meet The Parents

‘Bubbles’ nursing her babies

Violet’s Mini Pig’s

Knowledge in breeding is a must

At Violet’s Mini Pig’s, we want to give you the best and most accurate description what your baby piglet will be when it is full grown. In order to do that, we make sure the parents of your piglet are done growing before we allow them to breed.   Most people, and breeders are not educated on the fact that a pig will continue to grow for years, however, pigs are capable of breeding while they are still young piglets. Even what some claim to be “reputable” breeders, still breed and openly admit to breeding incredibly young.  Breeding while the pig is not yet full grown not only gives you an inaccurate size of full grown, but it also STUNTS THE SIZE of the mother…. once again leading to an inaccurate size of a full grown pig.

The practice of breeding while pigs are still babies is why you hear so many people say, “I had a pig that was supposed to be a mini pig, but it turned in to a farm hog.”  It also adds to the ever growing problem of mini pigs being rehomed.

Full Grown Size

Our parents range from 11-14 inches tall. All of our breeding stock has been inspected, documented and verified by a licensed veterinarian to be full grown.

Please keep in mind that with any animal.. a healthy diet, exercise & lifestyle strongly influence growth. Never starve any animal to maintain a desired size.

The Cochrans at Violet’s Mini Pig’s

812-267-9349

violetsminipigs@gmail.com

Meet the Parents

To maintain healthy breeding practices, we only allow each momma to reproduce once within a 12-24 month time period. Ages and height are listed.

mini pig
14 in. 5 yr.
David

Boar

piglet
12 in. 6 yr.
Bubbles

Sow

13 in. 5 yr.
RJ

Sow

12 in. 7 yr.
Daisy

Sow

11 in. 8 yr.
Jay Jay

Sow

11 in. 4 yr.
Oreo

Sow

12 in. 5 yr.
Reba

Sow

14 in. 7 yr.
Roxy

Sow

12 in. 8 yr.
Remi

Sow

11 in. 4 yr.
Moo Moo

Sow

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