William Bronson wrote: I've no pig experience but my experience with children says they WILL eat those apples-if they are hungry enough.
thomas rubino wrote:Hi Kim, William is right, what a pig doesn't like they will eat last. Sometimes piggys are stubborn... (Pig headed) most years my piggys will knock you down in their excitement to have an apple... this year for some unknown piggy reason...they are turning their noses up at the Macintosh apples , however if you offer them a partially eaten honey crisp they will gobble it rite up! They must have a sweet tooth... Come winter they may change their piggys minds about those apples. And if they just won't eat them, then put them in your compost pile and chalk it up to a learning experience.
Ken W Wilson wrote:I wonder if they had more protein in their diet, if they'd eat more fruit? It seems to work that way with my chickens, but it's hard to tell for sure.