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14-Apr-2019 18:08

And expect the weirdest demands from your caretakers at a moment’s notice. And don’t be surprised if they tell you, After 49 years living in Southern California, USA, I decided to move to the Philippines despite never having been here before.Like expecting bonuses and a free piglet from every litter.. In July, 2012, I took a leap of faith and transplanted myself to the amazing Philippines.having it sit and fester is not only going to smell but will be a breeding ground for mosquitoes. If you want good meat then you should ONLY feed them pig grain from a feed store. they bought the minimal amount of grain and pocketed the rest of the money.You’ll also want to ask whether or not there is a well on the property and an electric line. And finally, a septic tank for the caretakers near a Nipa hut for them to live in. We made the mistake with our first caretakers of giving them money to buy the grain. So, hook up with a grainery supply house locally yourself and set up an account with a deposit.

They are fed well with clean grain, seen by a vet and kept clean so, I guess they’re pretty happy and comfortable.

Expect piglets to be sold under the radar if you are not around.

Expect your grain bill to increase to feed all those new piggy-tummies.

If they live there, you can’t fire them and there you are.. Next thing you know, piglets are ‘disappearing’ as they make money on the side selling your piglets to neighbors while you shoulder all the expenses.

Speaking of the neighbors, visit the property and check out which direction the wind carries.

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