Pig Barn

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The Pig Barn, one of the most popular venues at the Topsfield Fair, houses two sows and numerous piglets from the Colby Farm. Older piglets can be found in the Farmyard tent area.

Various breeds of swine are brought in for display each year. This is to raise public awareness that not all pigs are white in color. You may see red, black, white, or a combination of all these colors.

Don't miss out on these intelligent, adorable and feisty farm animals. They are guaranteed to bring a smile to fairgoers of all ages.

Wash Your Hands

Please remember to wash your hands after leaving any area with animals.

Fast Facts

A typical eight week old piglet already weighs 40 - 50 pounds!

The term "pig" is generally used to reference a young swine.

There is record of 37 piglets born in one litter!

Groups of pigs are called herds or sounders.

Pigs can get a sunburn!

Why do pigs like to lay in the mud? Because they can't sweat and it keeps them cool!

A female pig gestates in three months, three weeks, and three days!

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