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Old 06-23-2016, 02:55 AM
LindaVMorgan Female LindaVMorgan is offline
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Default American Guinea Hog issues in Gresham, OR

I hope this is ok here ... my daughter has an American Guinea Hog, about 15 or 16 months old, a sow. She has been raising her for a pet, but she (the pig) is getting to be too much of a handful for my daughter who is a full-time nursing student and the mother of a 7 month old little girl.

She has pretty much made up her mind to sell Tilly (The pig's name is Tilly), but we aren't sure how much to ask. We paid $200 for her when she was a baby. Also, I guess I'm wondering if there is even any interest?

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Linda Morgan
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Old 06-23-2016, 12:42 PM
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Have no idea what Tilly might be worth--suppose what ever someone is willing to pay.

advertise her on Craig's list: best way I've found to sell (and buy) livestock--ask whatever, and add OBO.

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