The orchard can have a great influence on the diet of the Iberian pig, as the vegetables and fruits grown there can be an important source of nutrients for the pigs. Although the diet of Iberian pigs is mainly based on acorns during the montanera season, supplementary feed including fruit, vegetables and cereals can also be provided.
A wide variety of vegetables can be grown in the garden that are beneficial for the pigs’ diet, such as pumpkins, carrots, beetroot, turnips, green beans, etc. These crops can also provide vitamins and minerals for the pigs. In addition, these crops can provide vitamins and minerals that are essential for the growth and development of pigs.
It is important to keep in mind that pigs should be fed a balanced and adequate diet for their development and health. Therefore, it is advisable to consult a veterinarian or animal nutrition expert to determine the most appropriate diet for pigs depending on their age, weight and state of health.