Pastured Pig Products
If you prefer the hogs reduce their rooting, inserting a ring will discourage such behavior. Animals will still forage in the pasture, but not burrow. 3 sizes for 25-100lbs+.
It’s a feeder, it’s a waterer, it’s a toy! It’s a rubber pan. This do all rubber pan when empty is playfully tossed about by the hogs with little to no wear (we’ve used ours for years and years). A handy, simple device that’s infinitely helpful.
Mark and identify hogs for or after treatments, ringing, castrating or other needed jobs. All-Weather® Paintstik® Markers leave bright, recognizable marks that are difficult to miss.
Also look to our fence solutions for hogs
- Netting is more effective than multi-strand fences because it is more visible.
- Pig QuikFence® 6/30/12 is best for moist conditions they experience few bouts of dry soils. 7" of ground clearance to reduce grass contact and rooting pigs from burying the bottom strand to short out the fence. Popular for feeder pigs on the pasture.
- HogNet® 10/24/12 can be set up as a Positive/Negative fence—much better for dry soil conditions. The extra strands ensure the animal is shocked before it sticks its nose through the fence. This reduces the risk of the shocked animal charging forward. Most expensive choice.
- HogNet® 4/18/12 will work well if the area is wet throughout the year. Its lower cost/ft makes it a good choice for longer fences.
- Multi-strand fences: 2 to 3 strands of energized rope. Least expensive choice. Install posts and insert rope in the posts. This is the least effective.
Read more about our fencing solutions and training pigs to electric fence.