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Have you always wanted to raise pigs, but didn’t know where to begin?

Do you want to know how to turn your pig farm into a profitable business? 

Look no further! 

Whether you’re about to buy your first pig or you already have a pig farm, this guide is a must-have.

By listening to this audiobook, you will:

  • Learn why pig farming is more than just producing meat.
  • Discover the various types of pigs and which pig will best suit your needs.
  • How to build proper housing and fencing for your pigs.
  • Learn what your pigs need and how to care for them properly.
  • Learn the nutritional needs of pigs and how to feed them well.
  • Master the art of pig reproduction and breeding.
  • Discover various ways to care for your newborn piglets.
  • Get tips on how to safely and humanly butcher your pig at home.
  • Twelve tips to turn your pig farm into a booming business.

This audiobook is a revolutionary tool to help both new and seasoned farmers. 

This audiobook features new perspectives on pig farming that will help the modern farmer. It has hands-on methods and instructions using easy to understand language. 

Grab a copy today, and learn how to raise healthy pigs at home.

©2020 Dion Rosser (P)2020 Dion Rosser

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  • Darrell Coppock
  • 2021-01-21


I have listened to and relistened parts of this book several times. It is accurate, helpful, and fun. I took it to the barn when our sow farrowed. It doesn't contain everything you need to know, but for us beginners it was--and is--nearly indispensable.

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  • Darlena Chevez
  • 2021-01-21

Good book.

Good book. The only criticism of having raised pigs and many other animals on our small farm are - nose to tail! You get a lot more than 100lbs of usable food off a 250lb pig.