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How to Look after a Micro Pig?

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When caring for a micro pig, make sure you feed it with non-fattening sow nuts which has the correct balance of vitamins and minerals. Supplement this by giving it fruits and vegetables. Vaccine the pig for various diseases and make sure it has outdoor access so that it can have plenty of exercise.
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You can care for your micro pigs by feeding them with sow nuts, fruits and vegetables or pig food which is available from your local agricultural supplier. Young micro pigs only need feeding once in a day and when they are fully grown you will already be familiar with their eating times. For baby micro pigs, ensure that you keep them warm in a place with plenty of straw, provide fresh water always and ensure that you do not feed them with meat products or anything with lots of salt.
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