Harlan has one of the most perfect faces you’ve ever seen. His snout is long and beautifully shaped, like he should be the subject of paintings. Pigs like Harlan are a really lovely sight to behold. He’s a beautifully shaped pig with strong muscles and amazing agility. He’s a smart and cautious boy who takes a LONG time to trust new people. Once you earn his trust, he’s a sweet angel who loves to have his back scratched in the places he can’t reach. He’s never far from Everett, Eli, Asher, Ennis, and Jedediah, and they all live in beautiful harmony in the Feral neighborhood with Big Boss Charity as their alpha.
The “North Carolina Boys” were a group of very rare survivors from the flooding of Hurricane Florence in 2018. When the Category 4 storm caused torrential rain and flooding, factory farm pigs were locked in the barns to drown. Our North Carolina boys were swept out of their prisons by the flood waters, and eleven of them were sent to live here in Tennessee. Factory farm males are typically slaughtered at 250-300 pounds, but our boys have been allowed to grow into their full maturity, which now has them all over 700 pounds. The largest of them is Eli, who is 960.