Wean (verb), means 1. to accustom a child or young animal such as a piglet, to food other than its mother's milk; to cause it to lose the need to suckle or turn to the mother for food. 2. to withdraw from some object, habit, or form of enjoyment.
Feeder pigs are weaned young pigs weighing approximately 30 to 60 pounds. !
The pot-bellied pig is a breed of domesticated pig originating in Vietnam.
Its still called a stomach But if you are referring to the food it is used for it...
The pig's kidneys function by filtering the waste materials or products from the...
The long external fold of the pig's ear is called Pinnae. !