Juliana Mini Pigs

At Countryside farm, we specialize in breeding Juliana mini pigs however we take pride in our own unique breeding program to create the smallest pigs possible while producing healthy offspring. We can not promise a certain size or weight as diet and exercise, as well as overall health of your pig, plays a huge part. However, we can give you a truthful size of parents and an estimated size of piglet. Our average adult pig weighs 20-55 lbs and range 10-16 inches in height.

Common names for these small piglets are teacup, micro, nano and even pocket pigs even though these are made up names used to describe a mini pig.

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Our mini pigs are used to make great pets, emotional support and companion animals! They are clean, almost odor free, litter box trained, like to play, love belly rubs & affection, can be leash trained, are extremely smart, love people and most other animals!

More so, pigs are friendly and get along well with cats, dogs and children, making them an ideal companion for families readily prepared to welcome an exotic pet into their home.

According to experts, pigs are one of the smartest and cleanest domestic animals. Pig cognition studies have proven that pigs are quick learners — as quick as chimpanzees — and can memorize routines, learn tricks (jump hoops, bow and stand, spin, roll, play video games with joysticks and more) and be potty trained.

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We offer ground transportation to most states!

Countryside Farm ships teacup juliana mini pigs to the following states: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming

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Frequently Asked Questions

Will a mini pig walk on a leash?

Yes, you can use a harness on a mini pig and teach him or her to walk on the leash. It takes time and patience, but can absolutely be done!

How long do mini pigs live?

A mini pig can live anywhere from 12-15 years if kept nice and healthy, assuming there are no underlying health issues.

Are mini pigs hypo-allergenic?

Technically no. There is a small percentage of people who still have reactions from mini pigs. However, most people allergic to cats and dogs do fine around mini pigs.

Can I come visit your farm?

Yes absolutely! Our farm is located in Lakeland, Florida. Price depends on your group size, book your visit online today! Click here to RSVP!

Can you potty train a mini pig?

Yes, our mini pigs come potty trained. However, you can read more about supplies you will need to instill that behavior in your new home here.

Who can watch my pig when I’m traveling?

Mini pigs love being around the owners. Miniature pigs are herd animals and they want to be with their “herd”. But, the occasional vacation is no problem! We recommend all our customers visit Rover.com to find a pet-sitter in your area.

Do mini pigs make good indoor pets?

Mini pigs make good indoor pets! However, they love to bask in the sun, root in the dirt and spend time outside. You should get a mini pig with the intention of indoor and outdoor time. If a pig was kept strictly indoors it would ultimately be a very unhappy pig. We need to fulfill them as a breed and give them what they truly need, not what we as people want.

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Click here to download our guide. This is only a guideline of how much to feed your mini pig by weight but not a personal recommendation for your specific piglet. Please keep in mind, not all pigs are the same. You will need to adjust your feeding as necessary. There are many brands of mini pig feed on the market, If you are unsure of what to buy we use Mizuri Mini Pig Food or Nutrena Mini Pig Food. In addition to a formulated diet you can also feed a variety of fruits and vegetables. I recommend limiting fruits as they are high in sugar content. Treats are also encouraged especially for training! Examples of treats used in moderation are cheerios, peanut butter and unsalted popcorn. Please research what pigs can and cannot consume before feeding as some foods can be harmful. Pigs will literally eat anything but it doesn’t mean they should!

Vet Care

Please do your research and find a vet in your area that will care for pigs. It is better to have a vet established, rather than needing one in an emergency.  If you are local we have some great vets we can recommend.

Piggy Care Guide

Click here to download our guide. We have put together a few important tips for your new journey on becoming a new piggy parent! As always we are only a phone call away with any questions or concerns. We don’t stop caring once the piglet leaves our  farm. We will be here for you every step of the way. No questions are too silly or bothersome. We stand behind our lifetime pig assistance and are here for our customers and pigs for years to come.


Our piglets are weaned around 6 weeks of age. All piglets are different and some need more/less time than others. We do not promote bottle feeding. It is important that our babies get the proper nutrients from their mothers milk. We monitor our piglets after weaning to ensure they are eating on their own before they leave our farm.

What sets us apart from the rest?

What makes us the piglet breeder to pick? Here at Countryside Farm, we put our animals first! Their care and health is our main concern. And we take great pride in our wonderful breeding stock.

We have taken the time to work carefully with our veterinarians over the years to build a fabulous program. We offer everything to the new piglet owner. When your baby goes home you have nothing left to worry about. Our precious babies also leave here dewormed and with the option for vaccination. We also vaccinate all of the adults on our property to make sure that everyone is healthy. We feed our adult pigs a variety of fruit & vegetables in addition to their main diet with an added coat and skin supplement. We leave nothing to chance when it comes to the health of our beloved babies.

When you take your new baby home you are not alone. We are here to help you as you get settled and have questions about raising a piglet. We are here for you for the life of your pig. We have many customers who stay in contact with us for years after they buy their new best friend.

We are honest and upfront about pig size and expectations for your new family member. We want to prevent you from being scammed and help educate you on these funny and intelligent creatures.

Care Packages

We do offer pig care packages that provides everything your new pet piglet needs for a comfortable and stress free transition.

*Please note: Items in care package may vary*


We offer neutering for your piglet before they leave our farm. We do not offer spaying service at this time. Nuetering is done by a professional and piglets are monitored a minimum of 12 hours before leaving after surgery.


All piglets are dual dewormed with ivermectin and safeguard before going to their new home. Sometimes our piglets are also given a coccidea prevention. Vaccines are optional for each customer


Once paid your piglet can be picked up at our farm or shipped. After purchasing we will hold your piglet for up to 7 days. There is a $25 boarding fee for every day after.If you do not arrange to have your piglet picked up or shipped after 14 days, you will forfeit your purchase. Under any circumstances we have to board your piglet, there will be a $25 a day boarding fee.

Size Guarantee

There is no breeder who can guarantee the final adult size of your piglet. We can, however, go off of parent sizes and get a really close estimate of what a piglets’ size will be. With this being said, once the piglet leaves our property; the way it is raised, fed, given treats, and exercises ALL matter. Our pigs have small genetics, yes, but if a new owner doesn’t allow for exercise and feed an appropriate, healthy diet- it can make for an overweight pig.

Note: It is important to check with city government regulations before bringing a pig into your home as a pet, as they are considered to be livestock according to the USDA. Many cities do not allow pet pigs inside the city limits. Please contact your local city office or look on their websites for animal ordinances keeping in mind that a pet pig will most likely fall under their livestock regulations.

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