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Living in Iowa for the majority of my life, I can honestly say that I’ve seen my fair share of pig-related activities. I’ve watched hogs being shown at the fair, cheered on piglets racing around a track, participated in the time-honored entertainment of trying to catch a greased pig, had a neighbor who used to let their family sow drink beer and of course, have plenty of bacon and traditional hog roasts. I’ll even admit that I managed to run straight into the pigpen while my childhood best friend’s dad was in the process of cleaning the manure out of it. Yeah, that was pretty gross which is why I remember it 40 years later. However, never have I ever witnessed pigs playing tug o’ war. That’s new to me. It wasn’t even something we discovered in our research into games about Iowa.

Pigs don’t really play organized games of tug so naturally I’m referring to a pig-themed card game called Mighty Pig Tug from RoosterFin. It was designed by a teacher so the setup and learning curve are quick and easy. At the same time, it’s intended to be played by the entire family which is why you’ll see it show up tomorrow in our second 2019 guide to family games. Watch for it there, but in the meantime you can enter to win a copy here!

Mega Giveaway 2018 – Mighty Pig Tug Game

25 thoughts on “Mighty Pig Tug Game Giveaway

  1. on my grandparents farm
    don’t remember what the pigs were doing
    but I do remember my brother falling in the pig pond

  2. I have sen a pig at the local Apple Orchard/Cider Mill/Farm and he/she was eating and playing with children.

  3. I grew up in the country on a farm. We did not have pigs but our neighbors did. We often took them our food scraps, and pumpkins after Halloween 🙂

  4. I grew up next door to a farm, so I saw them all the time growing up. However, my most memorable pig sighting was driving to work one day in my early twenties (I lived in the suburbs at the time) and there was the largest pig I have ever seen. It was just standing there on the side of the road. It was taller than my car!

  5. I’ve seen pigs on my uncle’s farm and in the petting zoo. They’re usually just hanging out and lying around.

  6. One (I’m not sure how, I was very little, fell off a truck in my hometown). We raised the pig ourselves. If I remember correctly her name was Emma or something.

  7. Know a local business owner who had a potbelly pig as a pet in his house! But seeing the newborn piglets at the county fairs is always worth the admission alone.

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