When raising pigs, it's a good idea to provide a mud wallow or sprayer.
PHOTO: RANDY KIDD
PHOTO 1: The author's pig shed was built from scrap 2 X 4's, a cut-up packing crate, and leftover roofing shingles. PHOTO 2: Kansas State University hogs chow down at a commercially made feeder. PHOTO 3: Dousing a hog with tick and louse powder. PHOTO 4: At a pig show, learning to recognize premium porkers. PHOTO 5: Pigs eating from a trough made from an old water heater cut in half.