Bryant RedHawk wrote:hau elle, Guinea Hogs do not root, preferring to graze almost to exclusivity, they turned up their noses to our offerings of fresh carrots when we were at the breeder's place. He had two adults and 8 babies on 1 acre, where they had been for a full year, there was no evidence of any rooting. There were two wallows which he had started for them and they got them to the size they wanted. The feeder pigs he had across the road in another pasture had indeed rooted it up quite well, but the Guineas did not root at all that we could find. This was a pleasant surprise for us, since we are planning on having only Guinea Hogs for our pork needs.
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