We were blessed with a larger than expected litter, and have a few available Mini Pigs from a summer litter, that were not reserved. These little oinkers are Black and white Mini Piglets- 12 weeks old. Mom and Dad live here at Sweet Basil Farms and would love to meet you. These should be on the small scale of Mini Pigs, Cat. 1when fully grown and fed a healthy diet. Height at maturity should be about 12-14 inches tall. This is based on their parents, their growth to date and my own years of experience breeding and raising mini pigs. Our Mini Pigs are raised both by mom and pseudo mom (me) and treated and cared for as family. They are (slightly) spoiled, and will continue to expect the diva lifestyle. LOL.
At this time, we have one male for $600 and one female for $750. Their markings are quite stunning, black with white and blue spots, light ticking, belted and saddled. The female has one blue eye! They are well socialized with people and other animals- and ready for their forever home today!
If you are interested in adopting one of our Mini Pigs, please be prepared to share basic information about yourself and your home. Our goal is to match piglets with the needs and style of your family. Piglets personalities and character traits are all different, much like humans. We want our piggies to be your match made in heaven.
A deposit of $250 is required, via PayPal to reserve a piglet, with price according to size, color, markings and sex. Delivery or shipping available for an additional fee. Our farm is located South of Atlanta.
If you are interested in one of these Mini Pigs, or to reserve one from an upcoming litter, please contact us for more information. With a deposit, you can reserve the Mini Pig that will best suit your family, and choose sex, size range, color scheme and time of year to bring your piggy home.
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We (Sweet Basil Farms) are an 80 acre working farm, consisting of large vegetable, fruit and herb gardens, fruit orchards and livestock. We put great emphasis on natural gardening, growing and livestock management practices. I (Tisha Matthews) raise and breed Pyredoodles, Great Pyrenees and Standard Poodles. We also breed and sell poultry, pet pigs, pygmy goats and over 300 varieties of bearded irises and so much more. We are proud of our school partnerships members of Georgia Grown, and believe strongly in helping to promote our fellow farmers, producers and growers and our local economy.
As an avid animal enthusiast, sharing my love with my animals is natural. Being able to share that love with others to complete their family is priceless! We share our farm with Standard Poodles, Great Pyrenees, Pyredoodles, Goldendoodles, tiny Mini Pigs, Pygmy Goats, and a lot of God’s creations. I added over 300 varieties of Bearded Irises, that create a spectacular show in late Spring. My husband and I, have always had a passion for growing flowers and plants, deeply rooted from our Grandmothers’ teachings. We, like everyone, began to make a more conscience effort to eat healthy and naturally grown fresh food. I began to make a small part of our 80 acres a vegetable garden. When people began driving an hour or two, just to buy our home grown tomatoes and cucumbers, we realized there was a real need in many communities for busy families like ours. I added over 300 varieties of Bearded Irises, that create a spectacular show in late Spring.
An 1840’s General Store situated on our property. Because it is right next to my garden spot, and had a porch to cool off in our hot Georgia summer, it quickly became our on-site “Farmers Market”. The old General Store, once the central hub for a bustling railroad community, also served many important roles in the community of Goggans, and was even a United States Post Office (until the 1960’s). This building is a Historical landmark, and sits adjacent to the old “Doctor’s Building”, which is rumored to have served as a Courthouse, jail, and dentist office. There is a church and cemetery where the founding families of “Goggans” were laid to rest. The wagon trail road where the townsfolk would ride down to the creek, is still visible in the winter. The history on our property, rich with farming and community purpose, greatly inspired us to serve our community in a new and exciting way. We believe the old General Store served it’s greatest purpose, by inspiring our Farmers Market To You program.