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Sometimes curiosity gets the best of you. Some pigs I put down on farm and some I bring out to have slaughtered under inspection. It all depends on how they’re being sold.
For the pigs that we bring out we have a trailer that we load the pigs onto for transport. They aren’t really exposed to it except for the final trip away. With some food thrown in the trailer and a new space that is brightly lit they walk right in without a problem.
One thing I wish I could change is having a ramp that is not so steep. That would be better, but other than that this has worked really well for us on our farm.