March/April 2018

How to Raise Pigs for Profit


Finding the best return on your investment when raising pigs for profit is the ultimate goal. Piglets are cute and fun to watch, but they grow quickly and require a lot of grain to grow to market weight. Should you raise hogs and sell the piglets as feeder pigs, or raise to market weight? What type of set up do you want to use for housing the hogs and piglets? These are just a couple of the questions you need to think about when starting a farm business and raising pigs for profit.

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