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Lucy's Litter 10.14.17

Date of Birth:  10.14.17
Ready to Go Date:  Six to eight weeks of age, 11.25.17 at the earliest.
Number of Piglets: Eight.  Four males and four females
Sire: Danny- 15″ tall
Dam:  Lucy- 15″ tall.  
Availability:  All piglets in this litter are reserved. 
Pedigree:  See photo below 
Price:   Males- $500.  Females- $1,000.  This is for pets with limited registration, spay/neuter contracts​Scroll to bottom of page for individual photos of each piglet. 

​For our very last breeding at Michigan Mini Juliana Pigs, Lucy surprised us with a huge litter of EIGHT spotted babies on 10.14.16!  This is the largest litter ever born here.  Prior to this, our largest litter was six.Because Lucy had such a large litter and we want to find homes for all these babies before the holidays, we are offering a special lower price of $500 for the males in this litter.  Price is $1,000 for females, and all of the piglets are going as pets on spay/neuter contracts.  As usual, deposit to hold your piglet is $250 and the balance is due upon pickup at 6-8 weeks, 11.25.16 at the earliest. Typically piglets are weaned and ready to go to their new homes at six weeks old, but occasionally some are slow to switch to solid food and need another week or two with their mom. For a nominal fee of $50, we can hold your piglet until Christmas for families wishing to surprise kids, or until just after Christmas for those wanting to wait until after the holiday chaos to bring home the new baby.  Obviously the whole family needs to be on board and 100% committed to adding a pig to the family, as having a pig is a lot of responsibility and a 14-18 year commitment that will ultimately fall on the adults.  Piglets must be paid for in full to hold past standard pick up time. ​Pick order for Lucy’s litter as of 11/7/17:​1) Miranda- Birch​2) Currin- Sassafras3) Jen-Hemlock4) Sharon- Willow5) Sharon- Magnolia6) Tracy- Cypress7) Audrie- Cherry

​8) Jen- Hawthorn 

Individual photos below were taken 10.28.12 when the piglets were two weeks old