(pic above: Bottom level of trailer)
(pic above: top level of trailer)
They're bluebutt pigs; a cross between a hampshire and a yorkshire. They're mostly pink with faint hampshire markings, as you can see in the above photo. My first pigs were bluebutts, and my experience with the breed has been good. Large, sturdy pigs that are pretty docile.
The pig hauling rig worked pretty well, but I'm finding that the trailer needs some work; probably have to replace the brakes and do some fixes. The gates between the compartments aren't pig-tight; small pigs can cram themselves between the bars, and slightly bigger pigs can get their heads wedged into the gates. The doors aren't split, either, which means that if you're working with the top level, the bottom level is open, too. I'll probably split the man door to allow individual compartment access, but I'll leave the rear door solid. I will add a grate on pins so that the back door can be opened but the pigs contained inside.
It was an interesting road trip overall.