How Do Pigs Reproduce?


Pigs like any other animal produce through sexual reproduction. Fertilization in pigs occurs internally where the male and female cells meet to form a zygote which in turn grows into a piglet.
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A female pig, called a sow, can become pregnant once it is 8 months old, and usually remain fertile until they are 18 months old. Male pigs, or boars, become sexually active once
They reproduce by internal fertilization in which the male and female mate and the female gives birth to live young. Pigs, like other mammal's reproduce by sexual reproduction, where
Pigs mate like other mammals, the male fertilizes the female's eggs...
the male gets on top of the female. puts his thing into the hole. and there is another hole inside, one to the stomach and the top of to the vagina. he then dumps his sperm and she
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Pigs reproduce by the boar (male) inserting his penis into the sow (female), and ejaculating. Some farmers prefer to use artificial insemination. The gestation is 114 days, and she can produce a liter of up to around 12 piglets, twice a year. You can find more information here:
Pigs reproduce the same way other animals do. The sperm reaches the eggs. The female pig can reproduce twice a year. If in a controlled climate at birth, 10 piglets can be born. You can find more information here:
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