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Animal Type:Pigs
Breed:Large Black
Sex:Male
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Sting is a pure bred Large Black boar, 12 months old and rearing to work! He is out of Kate Moss by Black Adder and is super quiet and affectionate, just like his daddy. Black Adder weighs around 300kg at the age of four and a half and is a magnificent and affable pig (with impressive tusks, too). Sting is growing slowly ( as Large Blacks do) and presently weighs around 120kg. All our piggies are loving hand-reared and Sting is no exception. There is no problem at all going into the boar's paddock as they all love attention and especially being scratched in that delicate area they cannot reach! We only sell our happy piggies to people who will care for them in the way they are used to so they remain quiet, confident and safe. The photo is of Black Adder after breakfast one morning, waiting for a scratch.
Location:Big Springs, 27kms south of Wagga Wagga 2650
Sale type:Fixed Price
Quantity:1
Price:$350.00
 
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