What Is the Life Cycle of a Pig?

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The life cycle of a pig starts when sows give birth to piglets 4 months after mating with a male. 12 piglets are born at a time after which they suckle for 5 weeks, move on to solid foods and in three and a half years are fully grown. The life span of a pig is 10-15 years.
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