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Kune Kune pigs?

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DuWayne Layton wrote:I am getting three KuneKune pigs in a few days... How does everyone save their table scraps? Do you just have a bucket you scrape it in and is there a way to prepare it or do you just dump the scraps from the bucket into the pig bowl?  I heard about making pig slosh (sp?) but not sure what that is or how to make it.  Thanks in advance!

We have a bucket on the counter. Everything goes in. I don't even have a feeder, I dump everything on the ground.
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