We did have an intact boat but we traded him and our momma with babies to a young man who fixed our pasture fence. Our boar was supper sweet too he thought he was a dog, loved belly rubs and came when called by name. We did not keep him because although he was a lean hog his babies were mostly fat. We will be getting a male Kune Kune in the future though at least that’s the plan. I’m happy with his new home though. Nothing like helping an expectant father build a future for his budding family. Farming really does bring great people into your life.Welcome to the forum! Is one of your pot belly pigs a boar by any chance? You could breed to your Kune Kune sows and get to raising your own pork! Those are just the right size for home slaughter. Your baby donkey is cute, who cares if it is show quality or not. It sounds like you and family are very happy with your homestead. Waiting to hear more!
Oh and originally we had bought a mini angus cow and female calf pair but they were such boneheads we decided to butcher and not work with cows again. There’s also a bishon frise male hiding behind my Cane Corso I rehomed him with my aunt last month because he always got hurt when he played rough with my Corso. Nothing major but I didn’t want to wait till he was seriously hurt. He’s happy and spoiled now.