For this little guy who is still looking for a mate.
Here is our newest addition, a bore potbelly, he is still relatively young but phenotypically screams to me that he is indeed what we are looking for.
Going back to the original shed, here is the gate, fastened in "poor man" style to the pallets beside it with shoe laces and braced with a cinder block.
Here is the finished enclosure and fence. As you can see, on one side of the enclosure we made a small pallet box with a gate to close them in at night until they get large enough to dissuade predation by coyotees, bobcats, and stray dogs.
Fence from a different angle. The feed bags are there to cover gabs that the small pigs could (and did get out of).
The newest pallet/pig project. A pasture box made of pallets. The roof is made from an old corrugated plastic cigarette advertisment which would have ended up in the county landfill otherwise. The box set's atop a skid so it can be drug by hand, four wheeler, or tractor to the necessary field to allow the pigs to pasture, root, and fertilize for planting next season. We will be making one of these for all of the breeder pigs we decide to keep with the sheds serving for dry season (to dry to root effectively, nothing to forage for) and also for farrowing.