Minipigs are known by different names. There are many confusing terms associated with pigs and teacup pigs are commonly termed by the breeders for selling their little animals. The small pigs are even called tiny pigs and the Juliana pigs. The miniature potbelly pigs are the smaller versions of the farm animals and some clever breeders make their moves to deceive people with their different names.
The micro pigs are sold at different rates depending on their size, breed, color, and quality. If you are getting them at too low prices, it means that there is some aspect associated with it for which the breeder is selling them at a lower cost. The potbellied pigs are about 10 pounds at birth and will grow up very soon. As the pigs have a tendency to grow very rapidly, they could turn into gigantic sizes very soon. Potbellied pigs with nano-size are just like the teacup pigs. They have a smaller size during the birth and could be fit into a tea mug. This is the reason for terming them as teacup pigs.
Micro pigs are typical of the size of a medium dog when fully grown. They are available in a variety of colors and patterns. Don’t just get befooled by their name as these pigs will grow up in size and shape. You can expect them to grow up to 100 pounds. The pigs have a tendency to grow very quickly with overeating. Hence, it is essential to give them proper feed in the right quantity to avoid issues later on. Obese pigs would be problematic for the home as they would not be easy to manage.
Juliana Pigs are known as the painted pigs. These pigs are spotty and loved by many people. Some of them will have black, chocolate and red. These pigs usually have longer legs than the teacup pigs, pixie pigs and micro versions of farm pigs. The weight of the pigs is approximately 20-25 pounds. There is no guarantee of the size of the pig in adulthood but it can be approximated with the size of the parents of the baby pig. Some of the color tones of the pigs include:
Each piglet has its own beauty. There are combinational color tones available for some of the minipigs which are quite appealing and make the pigs exclusive in their own way. The starter package of food, feeding and training instructions and vaccination schedule is given by the breeders to the new parents to ensure that the pig gets all the things it deserves.
Teacup pigs are the fascinating animals and if you think about keeping them home, the first thing to do would be to check out the rules in your area and then make a decision for bringing them home. These little creatures need your time and if you can handle them well, they would be the best companions at home.
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