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aggression sow rumble

  1. Hayley_Bayley_Haybale

    How much rumble strutting is 'normal' for a female?

    Hi all! Of my female pair, one seems to rumble strut a lot more than the other and I'm wondering how much of this behaviour is normal and when I ought to be taking her to see the vet. I'd say she does it several times every single day. For context she is around 8-9 months old and seems to be the...
  2. Beans&Toast

    Beans Has Became Very Aggressive

    So I'm having issues with Beans just now and I'm not sure what's causing it, there are maybe 2 things going on, which is why I wasn't sure where to put this thread. (Sorry if it's in the wrong one I thought maybe behaviour and bonding too?) Beans has became very aggressive with Maple since...
  3. Beans&Toast

    Aggression Whilst In Season

    (Not sure if this post belongs here or in behaviour section?) I'm getting quite worried about Toast's behaviour and how it's affecting Beans. The past 4 times of Toast coming into season it's been getting progressively worse. She gets extremely aggressive with Beans sometimes and won't leave...
  4. Beans&Toast

    Too Soon To Seperate?

    This morning I felt I had to temporarily seperate the pigs with a divider. Yesterday Beans appeared to have came into a particularly strong season and was pestering Toast quite a bit, but I left them to it. However, this morning, Beans was being very forceful and relentless trying to mount...
  5. Beans&Toast

    Terrified Toast Has An Uri

    Long post but please stick with me. I've spent the last few hours searching through health threads on here and Guinea Lynx and I've got a horrible sinking feeling Toast has a URI. For some time, every now and again Toast would make this strange sound, which after researching and listening to...
  6. Chessles

    Rumble Strutting In Sows

    hi, I have 2 sows. I don't know how old they are but I know they have been a pair for at least eighteen months. I have had them for around 8 weeks. I have noticed they rumble at each other quite a lot. Is this normal for girls? I was under the impression it was a boy thing...