Here they are (there's 3 girls and 2 boys) enjoying some muddy water. You can see the Berkshire in them in their pink boots but the black coloration and their floppy ears are from the Large Black side.
The pig house was built entirely out of wood and roofing materials we salvaged from the farm. We had them in a small pen attached to the house for the first couple of days so they could relax into their new home without testing the electric fence too much.
Here's their current pen. It's got some good shade along the side fence under some apple trees, which are doubling up as scratching posts. The long grass is being stomped down quickly and they're doing a good amount of rooting in the ground and digging up a lot of the bramble. We've been feeding them a good ration of slops from Buck's Harbor Market down the road, and mixing in a balanced pig feed for a steady protein supplement. They seem pretty happy in their new home and are growing fast.