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The Life Cycle of a Pig

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Ainsley Gourlay

on 2 April 2014

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The Life Cycle of a Pig
By: Ainsley Gourlay

Stage Two: Piglet
The second stage of a pig's life cycle is after they are born. At this time, they are considered a piglet. Piglets usually drink milk from the mother for about five weeks. After this, they start to eat solid food.
Stage Three: Adult
Last Stage: Death
After about 10-15 years, pigs will pass away. They may live a shorter life if they are eaten or if they get a disease.
Fun Facts
The First Stage: Birth
Sows give birth to their young about after about 4 months after they have mated with a male pig. A sow is a female pig. Usually there about 8-12 piglets born at one time, but there can be more or less.
By the time a pig turns three, it is usually full-grown. This is when they are adult pigs. Some pigs continue to grow until they are four or five years old. Pigs usually live about 10-15 years.
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