This Little Pig Went to Market!

24-Okt, 2020
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  • Love Pigs! we just got back into them a few months back! We will always have them now.

    Tillman Family FarmTillman Family Farm15 kun oldin
  • Hi peeps

    Lane JohnsonLane JohnsonOy oldin

    Scot HebertScot HebertOy oldin
  • As a South Louisiana Cajun, we have a traditional "Boucherie" every fall. Friends, family, and neighbors come together with all their hogs. Each group has a job, from killing, scalding, scraping, butchering and cooking. Every part is used. Nothing is waisted. Big celebration down here. You and your family are more than welcome to be a part of this, so come on down !

    Thaddeus HebertThaddeus HebertOy oldin
  • This made me a bit sad with that music wait till wopper gets processed I will cry then also does houston still remember big mac?

    fluff the doggyfluff the doggy2 oy oldin
  • You are such good people. It's so nice to see how you care for all your animals and your beautiful children.

    Grace WGrace W2 oy oldin
  • I do leather work and am fully aware where my leather comes from and the process to tan the hides. I use veg tan leather which cost more to process, but doesn't leave toxic chemicals behind like chrome tanned leather.

    Mountain FisherMountain Fisher2 oy oldin
  • Is Houston wearing lipstick in the thumbnail

    Awesome OpposumAwesome Opposum2 oy oldin
  • I could never be a farmer. That was the saddest video I've seen to date. I saw the one were you took Big Mac in, but somehow, it didn't affect me the way this one did.

    Delores PaduanoDelores Paduano2 oy oldin
  • I did fine until you showed the part when you first brought them home. 😪 I was raised on a farm. Never allowed myself to get attached to the animals I knew were going to end up on the table. God provided animals for us ... along with everything else. ❤ Good job explaining that!

    Kim BurnsKim Burns2 oy oldin
  • Last year we had a HORRIBLE time trying to get our 3 pigs in our trailer looks like your they HATED the ledge it sucked and it was pouring rain it had been raining for a couple days so it was just a sloppy mess I am jealous you got your pigs in there!

    Mickelson Family HomesteadMickelson Family Homestead2 oy oldin
  • I called them pepper and bella

    Luke GaskinLuke Gaskin2 oy oldin
  • Sad but ok.

    David TullockDavid Tullock2 oy oldin
  • I understand but it's still sad..

    Itsgpm123Itsgpm1232 oy oldin
  • I have enjoyed watching your pigs grow up. Now your family can enjoy them as bacon and country ribs and chops. Thanks for sharing their story with us.

    lynbert57lynbert572 oy oldin
  • I couldn't do it. I wouldn't have a hard time dropping them off then picking it up later but watching is not something I could do. 😢

    TamiTami2 oy oldin
  • 1: It is the pigs MAKING BACON date. 2: It is so terrible that you would kill those poor pigs. You should be ashamed of yourself and send me all that Ham, Chops, Ribs, Bacon, Sausage and such. I promise I would properly give them a nice freezer space and be properly cooked. 3: I don't think the boots would smell all that great in the house. Animal manure is not the best aromatic sense in the home.

    Lochan AcresLochan Acres2 oy oldin
  • This vid reminded me of Willy and Big Mac’s processing

    Aida UribeAida Uribe2 oy oldin
  • Boy, you really got to me today! First I watch your video talkin about your daddy. I cried missin my momma and sad I really never had a daddy as he took his drunken viokent self out of our lives when I was 10. Now I see your kids playing and loving on the baby pigs and now, 6 months later, off to slaughter. Wow, emotional Rollercoaster today. You treat the critters very humanly. Blessings

    Julie NelsonJulie Nelson2 oy oldin
  • Poor Animals it must suck knowing they will be slaughtered! I could not do it, their lives are worth more then people stuffing their faces! maybe one day people will appreciate GOD's Beautiful creations!

    Luis GiannattasioLuis Giannattasio2 oy oldin
  • Just seeing your reaction to it and hearing your voice when talking about it gives me tears. All life has meaning and purpose. Thank you for sharing this in such a respectful way. Hugs and prayers and love to you and your family. TFS and being so honest.

    WayToSonWayToSon2 oy oldin
  • I have never dispatched an animal but I did help pluck 150 chickens, I hope that counts. I am not physically able to raise and process animals (to old and broken). I dream maybe someday I can have a few chickens but for my meat I would need to have someone else raise them for me because of health issues. Be Blessed!

    Sue Downtown Mini HomesteaderSue Downtown Mini Homesteader2 oy oldin

    Rebecca SanfordRebecca Sanford2 oy oldin
  • That is awesome that you share with others. It is an amazing thing to do God bless

    LINDA ScottLINDA Scott2 oy oldin
  • I fill sad for harry that he has to go.

    The Hooded FigureThe Hooded Figure2 oy oldin
  • Just built my pen raising two pigs for the first time hope it goes better then the goats I raised 3 years later there still here . The wife and daughter were ok with getting goats until the time came to ship them out. But my love for bacon out rules the wife. So there going to taste good.

    Hate LifeHate Life2 oy oldin
  • Goodbye to Fatty Patty, Bacon and Harry. They had their best life at Arms Family Homestead! 🐷

    Deborah From DC's Peterson City HomesteadDeborah From DC's Peterson City Homestead2 oy oldin
  • And here I am sad I’m rehoming my lizard 🦎 tomorrow and he’s sending 3 pigs to the butcher 😢

    Enzo BruschiniEnzo Bruschini2 oy oldin
  • My parents had a home butcher in to kill his pigs, when he delivered the meat he had 2 sides 1 black 1 white both with tailes. lol. That butcher was not asked back. Dad then killed them himself. They were not wanting a wild pig that was not theres again.

    24upickles24upickles2 oy oldin
  • Wow you have to have a strong stomach to run a farm, I couldnt do it. Hats off to you. x

    Yvonne BYvonne B2 oy oldin
  • "BACON"

    Robert UlmanRobert Ulman2 oy oldin
  • You going to get some more pigs

    earnest tvearnest tv2 oy oldin
  • God blesses the man who takes care of his herds and flocks. Glad you're sharing with your in-laws and Dusty. Most channels I watch harvest thier own. They come together with friends and make a day of it. Good knowing where it comes from and how the was treated. Thanks for sharing.

    Dana NelsonDana Nelson2 oy oldin
  • 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼

    Angela BryantAngela Bryant2 oy oldin
  • Sad day but a happy one too they had a good life.

    Julie DavisJulie Davis2 oy oldin
  • What processor do you use for your different animals? We are closing on our farm next week and will be a jump away from your area.

    Thundering TitansThundering Titans2 oy oldin
  • Thank you for the ending. The Native American people have a blessing of sorts to thank the animals they consume. It needs to be said, people are some times oblivious to where their food comes from and what it takes to create it.

    Suzen BickfordSuzen Bickford2 oy oldin
  • You are so correct I feel ever body should see what and how those pork chops or the ground round of a cow comes from farm life is very hard compare to what most people think you do grow attachment to the animals regardless if it's a few pigs or one cow or multiple it's hard and the person that does tbe process its hard on them also!that is why i say if you eat today thank a farmer!! No matter if it is veggies or meat n veggies there is a heart and soul behind each meal we eat!!

    blessed specialonesmomblessed specialonesmom2 oy oldin
  • They look great and you know what you have in them and you did great on raiseing them Daniel. I grew up with big hogs we process our own hogs we grew them up to 900 lbs and also 350 lbs so when take care of them and then dispatch them then you have more respect for your food. Thanks for sharing God bless

    Charlotte's Rub a Dub HomesteadCharlotte's Rub a Dub Homestead2 oy oldin
  • Just got my new Marin boots dropped off from fed ex today

    Sean CoughlinSean Coughlin2 oy oldin
  • you would rather pay some one murdered those babies then do it yourself

    Debbie BoullionDebbie Boullion2 oy oldin
  • So much RESPECT. My daughter is a vegetarian(4 years & shes 14). Not because she hates fact she loves steak. It's the commercial raised/cruelty raised animals she struggles with. I think if she saw how your animals were raised and it was offered to might be a game changer ❤ She refers to her diet choices as a personal protest against commercially raised animals. I love it

    Katie VivonaKatie Vivona2 oy oldin
  • yummm pork on the hoof lol

    dell wrightdell wright2 oy oldin
  • I always loved raising our animals. They had the best life and processed very humanely. They never knew what was happening. Healthy animals mean healthy great tasting meat!❤️❤️❤️❤️

    Vicky BurtonVicky Burton2 oy oldin
  • I've heard of skinning hogs before. We always scalded and scraped. We like the rind on the hand and hocks and 🥓. And we smoked after curing. Made big pans of scrapple and sausage. You guys are missing out if you've never had scrapple.

    Cynthia WeathersCynthia Weathers2 oy oldin
  • I kathleen truly like the fact that how you respect the life of the animals when they go to the processer. It shows the class of your family .... I still think they should have had a few bags of marshmallows down

    Kenneth EthierKenneth Ethier2 oy oldin
  • I remember when you got them and just realized why they where so wild they are half feral hog. It's going to be some good meet. 🥓🥓🥓🤘🤘

    Carlos Almaraz IIICarlos Almaraz III2 oy oldin
  • Many happy times with the pigs feeding them marshmallows etc. Now it's time to feed you're families. I'm gonna miss them for sure. 🐷🐷🐷😢

    Clifford S.Clifford S.2 oy oldin
  • You need a ramp to get them up into the trailer....they really got big...

    Michael FritzMichael Fritz2 oy oldin
  • Next time use your marshmallows to coax them

    Alison LightnerAlison Lightner2 oy oldin
  • Help a family! Even a dollar helps!!

    Nick-NikkisGROW NNGNick-NikkisGROW NNG2 oy oldin
  • To me, it is easier psychologically to kill and butcher a wild animal than to take one you have raised by hand to town. Just part of the show I suppose.

    callmecamo2callmecamo22 oy oldin
  • Thank you for the life lesson. I grew up around raising animals for food and it's never easy when it comes to processing day even when you think you are accustomed to it.

    David PrewittDavid Prewitt2 oy oldin
  • i have raised so many live stock, killed so many, it has no effect at all on me, in fact i am more then happy to pull the trigger, nothing to it. just another day. and the people in need, it will feed. it funny all the people that will not eat meat, thinking they are saving an animal, but yet you see them buying shoes, boots, horse saddles, fancy cars and truck with high class seats.. one thing i can tell you, in my young days working in a meat plant, i couldn't eat meat for 5 years until i had my own live stock and did them my self, i dont like my stake wiped down with bleach and re-packaged and re-dated. oh the things i had to do, the things i seen done, to this day i will not eat a hot dog.. i will not eat other peoples moose or deer, good god no.. the crap that comes in, that we had to cut up, they had to have a cc ooler and a cutting room just for wild game, you can not do wild game on the same equipment as retail meats, thousands of ponds of wild game we had to throw out, that was so bad, but save some of the better, not by much, parts, meat must hang for 10 days at 34F with fans, it is simple for people to safely hang there meat at 34F if you have a freezer, take the lid off hang heavy plastic around it and hang your meat, put a small fan on low in side,, but no, they love to hang it in the bush for 5 days in the sun and flys well trying tto fill other tags

    Arnold RomppaiArnold Romppai2 oy oldin
  • Those pigs had the best life possible. They have a purpose but it’s still bittersweet anytime you process or have an animal processed. You do get attached if you cared for that animal. I bet that pork will be awesome. I’m curious to see how big they where and how the bacon looks. Their bodies were sure big with little legs. The experience at the processor was interesting. I don’t agree with how they kill and skin one animal at a time is the best thing. I think an animal should have a hour or two to calm down first then the processing should occur then. I would think the ride would cause some stress to the animal. Being dispatched right on the spot I feel it would put adrenaline into the meat thus tainting it. But that’s just a guess. Anyhow. Thanks for sharing. Take care, see ya :)

    Danielle’s Duckhead HomesteadDanielle’s Duckhead Homestead2 oy oldin
  • I wouldn’t be able to process an animal I raised. I have helped process those purchased and/or hunted though. But I’d get to attached to an animal I raised to do it myself.

    Jamie Andrew-KromerJamie Andrew-Kromer2 oy oldin
  • Taking an animal's life for any purpose is a tough thing. The disconnect is a real thing. I admit that I teared up a bit watching that buck quiver as it hit the ground after Houston's shot took it down in a recent video. But knowing that it wasn't wasted and was respected and appreciated certainly makes it easier to accept.

    Britt HelmsBritt Helms2 oy oldin
  • Rip the pigs

    gabe gbgabe gb2 oy oldin
  • Praying you and family are safe in this ice storm.

    Cindy HandCindy Hand2 oy oldin
  • 👍

    Reap What You SeauxReap What You Seaux2 oy oldin
  • You’re my favorite UZworldr

    Charlie LeventryCharlie Leventry2 oy oldin
  • Sir please help me .I am from India I have goat we brought him like our baby now that goat age is 5 year .it has urinary problem every 10 mint he started to doing .I showed here Doctors but I didn't get proper medicine will you please suggest right medicine for my goat .because of this problem I don't want to lose him please please

    Ameena khanAmeena khan2 oy oldin
  • Good video. Been raised on a farm, way back. I know the process of having to put meat on the table. Pigs were my favorite, growing up. I understand you. Get home from school, and l was with the animals. 🐕🐈🐎🦌🐮🐖🐓🐣

    Julie MelnychukJulie Melnychuk2 oy oldin
  • I’m so sad

    F1R3F1R32 oy oldin
  • Why

    F1R3F1R32 oy oldin
  • Fatty Patty is my kids favorite! Hopefully the bacon is as great as her name. On a side note, what is your email address for business inquiries? Long time listener, first time caller lol. If you don’t want to make it public, email me at if you would please. Thank you sir!

    Jeremy PeaceJeremy Peace2 oy oldin
  • Great perspective! It’s a hard thing to do for sure! Some folks don’t put 2&2 together and actually realize where their food comes from and what it takes to put time, money and energy in raising livestock for the table!

    1976cmoss1976cmoss2 oy oldin
  • Never knew pigs could jump up like that. Hope ya”ll make some good boudin🙃

    Tammy LemoineTammy Lemoine2 oy oldin
  • Why do you name them and act like their pets and then bring them to a slaughterhouse I understand you’re trying to live off the land but it’s so hard sometimes to watch I felt horrible when big Mac went to the slaughterhouse and seeing how your son cried I couldn’t do it with my kids

    Yvonne CelesteYvonne Celeste2 oy oldin
  • Poor poor pigs

    cade talleycade talley2 oy oldin
  • this makes me want to cry

    Hillary FordHillary Ford2 oy oldin
  • I understand what you’re talking about. I raise and butcher all my own meat. And I work at a processing plant.

    Caleb GregoryCaleb Gregory2 oy oldin
  • Hang ya a couple of shackles from your hitch. Makes hooking up chains a breeze!

    JCME ThackerJCME Thacker2 oy oldin
  • I respect the animals lives, that's why I went vegetarian 🤔

    B.j. SummerlinB.j. Summerlin2 oy oldin
  • I saw you guys on tv

    Kenna ForesterKenna Forester2 oy oldin
  • Blessings on you and your family for respecting animals and the lives they have

    Lisa McWilliamsLisa McWilliams2 oy oldin
  • Throw marshmallows in it

    Lisa McWilliamsLisa McWilliams2 oy oldin
  • How’s Houston with it? I know he really has a hard time for a minute 🤗❤️

    Lisa McWilliamsLisa McWilliams2 oy oldin
  • Raising your own pork is awesome and it taste s good.!!!

    Bigfoot FarmerBigfoot Farmer2 oy oldin
  • Momma arms is so pretty☺

    scott heathscott heath2 oy oldin
  • We told our boys when they were young, a pet hog tastes just as good as the next one.

    Sally BrownSally Brown2 oy oldin
  • We all need to realize what it takes to do the farmers job.It would not be easy raising animals as a food source but you do a wonderful job caring for them all and giving them a great life until the time comes.

    SHERRY comrieSHERRY comrie2 oy oldin
  • I'm not going to lie. I almost got choked up when you showed them as babies , then when they got bigger. Everytime I see a marshmallow I'll think of Harry, fatty patty, and the other one. God bless. Stay safe. 🇺🇸♥️🌹

    Dottie HildebrandDottie Hildebrand2 oy oldin
  • I completely agree with you! It's eye opening when you have to see how they process meat. It was always hard to take our hogs to the butcher, But it makes you appreciate your animals.

    Missy RetzlaffMissy Retzlaff2 oy oldin
  • Thank you for your honesty. You speak truth

    Arizona Snow MamaArizona Snow Mama2 oy oldin
  • I respect that you raise and harvest your meat. I probably couldnt do it. I cant even trap the mouse i found yesterday. All i saw was its big brown eyes. Uggg.. we arw moving off grid next sping. Our neighbors hunt on their property.the hubted seems to find their way to us, its like they know their safe on our land. Lol

    Hailey McKnightHailey McKnight2 oy oldin
  • Seems like yesterday.😢😛

    Patricia DavisPatricia Davis2 oy oldin
  • This was so sad

    parker Delacerdaparker Delacerda2 oy oldin
  • Arms Family; - You have a great farming variety, great to see! Can have a look on UZworld, - enter, - South African farmers!...,

    Michael EvertonMichael Everton2 oy oldin
  • It makes me feel so sad

    Nacho HernandezNacho Hernandez2 oy oldin
  • It’s amazing how quickly pigs grow to butcher weight. Watching this brought back many memories of working for a commercial pig farm out west of Hennessey.

    Fat Man Fit Man with John GardnerFat Man Fit Man with John Gardner2 oy oldin
  • You should cross you chains and shorten them a bit. I learnt the hard way when I thought the ball was on, but it popped and landed on the ground. Luckily I was only traveling very slowly

    Peter MaguirePeter Maguire2 oy oldin
  • All well said Daniel. Butchering days suck but we got it to do. I specialized in stainless steel for the last half of my 30 year sheet metal career. I'd always taken 'supermarket' meat for granted UNTIL I went into the first commercial 'processing' plant. I was absolutely appalled. NO respect. Started raising my own meat the next day and never looked back. You'll never get any negative comments on THIS subject from ME. God Bless....~Eli.

    singlemansingleman2 oy oldin
  • Where is huston

    VitaliMarianVitaliMarian2 oy oldin
  • I love pork chops!

    Melissa Getman -HorseyGal4everMelissa Getman -HorseyGal4ever2 oy oldin
  • I love your channel man...keep the video's coming

    Antonin AndersonAntonin Anderson2 oy oldin
  • Pigs are fascinating creatures. I could probably write a book about my childhood on the ranch. Pigs were a big part of i t.

    Audrey WhitakerAudrey Whitaker2 oy oldin
  • Right on the head, meat doesn't come from magic means. I grew up hunting and fishing for food raising meat chickens . Killing cleaning cutting and packing meat was an automatic life you learned. Yes we had pigs to do but on a farm not at home. Later we took them to butchers to do our pis. Game the one who harvested it cleaned and cut it. . got to a point rabbits n squirrels only took about two minutes.

    SilverbulletSilverbullet2 oy oldin
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    Nikki KerrNikki Kerr3 oy oldin
  • I am not a farmer, but I try and understand everything that goes on concerning raising animals for meat. I have to be honest though. The part that got to me was the pigs witnessing the death of the other pigs. Pigs are fairly bright animals, so they knew what was happening. Maybe you can go with someone else next time who might do it differently? Nevermind me. I am just an old softy. I would make a terrible farmer.

    Mosaic RoseMosaic Rose3 oy oldin