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  • Joined Feb 2022
Pig arks
« on: February 12, 2022, 10:32:43 pm »
Has anyone used the recycled plastic arks? Iíve seen some at Solway recycling that look good, just wondered if anyone has tried them?  :pig: :pig:


  • Joined Nov 2022
Re: Pig arks
« Reply #1 on: November 29, 2022, 09:59:25 am »
Hello, only just registered, so I guess you have sorted your piggy house but for the rest of the forum, we use a solway recycled pig house for our 5 miniatures.

I was surprised at how sturdy (and heavy!) the unit was. - Our pigs love it, we take the door off for the summer months so they just wander in when they want then close it up in the winter nights to keep the bedding dry as our pigs come inside overnight to their winter barn.

The only issue we found is the manufacture/delivery of ours took a long time. Just over 3 weeks and was cutting it fine as our pigs arrived no long after their house turned up. But all is well, I would recommend Solway.


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