Magnolia waited for the snow to melt before having her second litter. I can't blame her, it's been really cold lately. Six new Guinea Hogs were born on December 29 in 20-degree weather, and the poor dears had to burrow in the hay all day just to stay warm. Thankfully, the weather warmed up considerably over the next week, and the new arrivals have been exploring their pen and enjoying the sunshine as much as possible.
Magnolia is a girl makin' machine. She had 4 girls and 2 boys this time. We have Dancer, Prancer, Comet, Cupid, Donner . . .
. . . and Rudolph!
Actually, you can name yours anything you want!
There are 2 girls and 1 boy still available, and they can leave the farm as early as February 9th.