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Hello everyone,

I have a question: which piggy rumblestruts? Is it the less dominant or more dominant?

Thank you for any help in advance! :)
 

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It's usually just my man-pig who rumbles, but it's mostly because he's purring to his ladies (he's a bit of a floozy and hasn't realised that he's got no bits :))) I think it's probably the more dominant usually but I have known submissive pigs to rumblestrut if they're in season too!
 

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It's usually just my man-pig who rumbles, but it's mostly because he's purring to his ladies (he's a bit of a floozy and hasn't realised that he's got no bits :))) I think it's probably the more dominant usually but I have known submissive pigs to rumblestrut if they're in season too!
Thank you @katanamoon! :)
 

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My dominant sow is the rumblestrutter in the sows pair. In the married pair Mr Ted rumbles regularly to let his lady know he's in charge and irresistible.
 

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Hello everyone,

I have a question: which piggy rumblestruts? Is it the less dominant or more dominant?

Thank you for any help in advance! :)
Either piggy can rumblestrut; sows usually do it when they come into season. Boars can take turns; they tend to rumble more than sows (although I have got a pair of very evenly matched sows that currently prove the contrary; in their case it is dominance rumbling as one of the sows is spayed!).
Boars will definitely rumble at girls to try and convince them what an irresistable lad they are... ;)
 

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Either piggy can rumblestrut; sows usually do it when they come into season. Boars can take turns; they tend to rumble more than sows (although I have got a pair of very evenly matched sows that currently prove the contrary; in their case it is dominance rumbling as one of the sows is spayed!).
Boars will definitely rumble at girls to try and convince them what an irresistable lad they are... ;)
Thank you Wiebke, this really helped.
 
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