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We are thinking of getting two pigs in the spring.What breed would you recommend for pasture? Could you please send a picture of your Pig Tractor? My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org I live in north east Georgia mild winters we have a small three acre homestead. We already have two goats one is due to drop any time and Buford our donkey a few chickens and a multitude of rabbits and that was an oops! Thanks Ellen