Wisconsin Mini Juliana Pig 
         Random Lake, WI
            Registered Breeder


Looking for a piglet?  Wisconsin Mini Juliana Pig is currently accepting applications and deposits for adoption of it's very first litter of piglets.  Before making such a commitment, please do your research. Juliana pigs can live 15 years or longer and owning a pig can be more like adoptiong a child, than it is owning a dog or cat.  Pigs are very observant, smart and can be emotional at times.  They can use this intellegence for good and for bad... if they become neglected or bored. 
Pet pigs are still considered "live stock" in most communitites and there maybe ordinances preventing ownership of a pig.  During the last year, I have noticed many townships in Wisconsin have been modifying their ordinances to allow a pet house pig.  This is due to their popularity and fact that pig make very good house pets and companions when you make them part of the family.    
“I am very excited to be able to breed these little pigs.
They are some of the rarest and smallest pigs in the world". Cheryl.

In January of 2016, Wisconsin Mini Juliana Pig purchased two beautiful registered Juliana piglets.  
So far... 
I have been spending time with them, caring for them and have truly enjoy their company.  They are half sisters and have the same father who has been blessed with two beautiful blue eyes.  "La De Dah"  aka... "Dottie" has one blue eye and is the older of the two pigs.  Her half sister's name is "Bon Bon" aka..."Bonnie" or "Bubbles" as I like to call her.  Dotties is the older of the two sisters and will be first to be bred when I get my first Boar.  I am currently in the process of purchasing a Boar to begin my breeding program.  Due to the fact that the demand for Juliana Pigs is so great, it has taken over a year to obtain just the right Boar for my breeding program.  Mr. Man Pig should be arriving to Wisconsin in the Summer of 2017.

The "Girls" as I call them... came from very good breeding stock.  According to the breeder I purchased them from can be traced back many generations to the original Juliana pigs imported to America in the 1980's by Wolfs Den Zoo in Michigan.  They have great confirmation, lots and lots of spots and most importantly, are very sweet and docile little pigs.   

The girls are being raised in my home and currently have a large, luxurious bedroom (10' x 6' pen) in my living room area. I have six dogs that share my home with them.  The girls really enjoy being part of the family and being in the middle of the action, free to roam around. They are however locked in their bedroom/pen when I leave the house.

I may be new at breeding Juliana pigs, but have raised and cared for animals all my life.  I have always had a very special connection with animals.  ​I have a small hobby farm and currently have two horses, three mini horses, three goats and as I mentioned before... six dogs and two pigs with a third on the way.  They all get along well and enjoy each others company.  
​Pigs can share food together with a few grunts and nodges , but dogs tend to be more posessive of their food.  This could become a dangerous and unwanted situation, so I am very careful when there is food around.  But for the most part they are all trained to share. 

​Our little piggies will be brought into this world wanted and already loved. They'll be imprinted at birth and immediately looked after in a warm, dry, prepared nursery.  By the time you receive your piglet they will have already mastered or will be in the process of learning a few things.  You will receive your piglet at 8 weeks or older and will be working on their litter box potty training.  They learn fast... so this is an easier task to train for.  Piglets will also be getting use to a harness.  This training becomes important for when they are older and it is easier for them to walk on a leash than it is for you to pick them up and carry them.  All piglets will be well mannered for bathes, up to date on hoof care, vaccinations, deworming, and vet checked.  All of our piglets will be raised inside my home with their mothers. With their purchase you will also get a mini pig care guide, health records, a agreement contract and any on going support you might need.

​Because Juiana Pigs are unusual pets, we have the desire to assure that they are going into the best situation, with qualified owners.  Pigs can live 15 years or longer.  Pig Rescue Shelters are full of pigs that have been sold/represented as micro or mini pigs only to grow much larger than their owners can handle/accommodate
in thier homes.  That is why it is so....IMPORTANT that you buy a Juliana Pig from a reparable breeder.  All my piglets that are adopted and placed in new homes, are accompanied with an contract agreement.