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My dominant sow is having her litter of piglets and I was wondering if I kept 1 or 2 of her piglets once she was done nursing would she consider them competition or still her own
 
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Mixed answer. I sometimes see better bonding between related individuals but between aggressive individuals I see strong aggression. Try and find out how it works.
 
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