What Is a Group of Pigs Called?


A group of pigs is called drove of pigs, herd of pig or litter of pigs. A group of pigs can also be collective known as farrow though it is often used to refer to a group of piglets while sounder of pigs is a term given to a group of wild pigs.
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A group of Pigs is called a herd.
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A group of pigs are named collectively using different names. These names include a drove of pigs, a herd of pigs or a litter of pigs. The collective name for piglets is a farrow of pigs while for wild pigs it's a sounder of pigs.
A group of pigs is called a drift, drove or a litter. Pigs include the domestic pig, its ancestor the wild boar, and a number of other wild relatives. Pigs are omnivores and are very social and intelligent animals.
A group of pigs is called swine
A group of pigs has many different names, depending on what kind of pigs are in the group. The general term for a group of pigs is a drift, drove or herd of pigs. If you have a group of hogs, that's a team, passel or parcel. A group of swine is a sounder. A group of piglets is a litter or a farrow.
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