An illustration of farm animals, including two horses, three pigs, and a cow.

Farm Animals in Corral

An illustration of farm animals, including two horses, three pigs, and a cow.

"Bones of fore foot of existing Artiodactyle. Pig (Sus scrofa)." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903

Artiodactyles

"Bones of fore foot of existing Artiodactyle. Pig (Sus scrofa)." —The Encyclopedia Britannica,…

"Has rather slender, long legs, and is of a grayish color above, with a tint of fawn below. The upper tusks come through the skin of the muzzle and turn circularly backward, the points sometimes reaching the skin again in their downward progress." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Babirussa

"Has rather slender, long legs, and is of a grayish color above, with a tint of fawn below. The upper…

A pig-like animal with long tusks that grow upward.

Babirussa

A pig-like animal with long tusks that grow upward.

Barber shaving a pig, from a nursery rhyme.

Barber

Barber shaving a pig, from a nursery rhyme.

A species of wild pig.

Wild Boar

A species of wild pig.

A carrion crow sat on an oak.

Carrion Crow

A carrion crow sat on an oak.

"Is a foot long, of a brownish gray color above and white below. The skin without the hair is of a blackish violet. It is gregarious, lives in caves, and is a mild, timid, and feeble creature." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Syrian Daman

"Is a foot long, of a brownish gray color above and white below. The skin without the hair is of a blackish…

Hand-shadow of Pig

Pig

Hand-shadow of Pig

Section of a portion of liver passing longitudinally through a considerable hepatic vein, from the pig. Labels: H, hepatic venous trunk, against which the sides of the lobules (l) are applied; h, sublobulour hepatic veins, on which the bases of the lobules rest, and through the coats of which they are seen as polygonal figures; i, mouth of the intralobular veins, opening into the sublobular veins; i', intralobular veins shown passing up the center of some divided lobules; l, cut surface of the liver; c, walls of the hepatic venous canal, formed by the polygonal bases of the lobules.

Hepatic Vein in the Liver of a Pig

Section of a portion of liver passing longitudinally through a considerable hepatic vein, from the pig.…

An illustration of a hog.

Hog

An illustration of a hog.

A large wart hog with large warts and the head uncouth in its form.

Cape Wart Hog

A large wart hog with large warts and the head uncouth in its form.

A wild hog native to India. Has upper canines up to 12 inches in length.

East Indian Wild Hog

A wild hog native to India. Has upper canines up to 12 inches in length.

"It is of the size of a common hog; has long, narrow, straight ears, with a pencil of hair at the tips. It is of a lively cinnamon-red, with white patches above the and below the eyes, and with longitudinal bands of white on the back. The face is partly black, and the tail is long, reaching below the knee." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Guinea Hog

"It is of the size of a common hog; has long, narrow, straight ears, with a pencil of hair at the tips.…

"Hold On. From the drawing by Horace Vernet." -Rees, 1894

Hold On

"Hold On. From the drawing by Horace Vernet." -Rees, 1894

High diddle doubt, my candle's out, My little maid is not at home; Saddle my hog and bridle my dog, And fetch my little maid home.

Little Maid

High diddle doubt, my candle's out, My little maid is not at home; Saddle my hog and bridle my dog,…

An illustration of a family taking their livestock to the market to sell.

Going to Market

An illustration of a family taking their livestock to the market to sell.

"Its general color is a yellow-ish ggray; a whitish line runs down the shoulder obliquely toward the neck resembling a collar, thus giving its distinctive name." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Collared Peccary

"Its general color is a yellow-ish ggray; a whitish line runs down the shoulder obliquely toward the…

Three pigs and ogre

Pictorial banner

Three pigs and ogre

Pig looking toward the right

Pig

Pig looking toward the right

Pig looking toward the left

Pig

Pig looking toward the left

Scene from the story, "To Market."

Pig

Scene from the story, "To Market."

A genus of hoofed mammals. They include species that are highly important for food and other products, and are reared in abundance in the United States.

Pig

A genus of hoofed mammals. They include species that are highly important for food and other products,…

A pig

Pig

A pig

An illustration of a white pig.

Pig

An illustration of a white pig.

An illustration of a pig with its head through a fence.

Pig

An illustration of a pig with its head through a fence.

A young pig eating flowers out of their pots.

Pig in Flower

A young pig eating flowers out of their pots.

An illustration of a pig walking away from a fruit tree.

Pig Walking Away From Fruit Tree

An illustration of a pig walking away from a fruit tree.

Scene from the nursery rhyme, "This Pig Went to Market."

Pig Went to Market

Scene from the nursery rhyme, "This Pig Went to Market."

A figure skater demonstrating the "pig's ears" maneuver.

Pig's Ears

A figure skater demonstrating the "pig's ears" maneuver.

A rare breed of pig originating from Britain.

Berkshire Pig

A rare breed of pig originating from Britain.

A Common Pig in a yard.

Common Pig

A Common Pig in a yard.

A Poland-China pig, best suited for lard.

Poland-China pig

A Poland-China pig, best suited for lard.

An illustration of a pot bellied pig eating sardines.

Pot Bellied Pig

An illustration of a pot bellied pig eating sardines.

"A tall, gaunt hog with a very long body, pendent ears and a thick covering of bristles." — Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

Sow of the Large English Breed

"A tall, gaunt hog with a very long body, pendent ears and a thick covering of bristles." — Encyclopedia…

A Yorkshire pig, best for bacon.

Yorkshire pig

A Yorkshire pig, best for bacon.

A ship's prow.

Ship's prow

A ship's prow.

A ship's prow.

Ship's prow

A ship's prow.

A ship's prow.

Ship's prow

A ship's prow.

The skeletal hoof of a hog.

Skeletal Hoof

The skeletal hoof of a hog.

The suovetaurilia was a sacred Roman sacrifice of a pig, a ram, and a bull to Mars, the god of war to purify the land.

Suovetaurilia

The suovetaurilia was a sacred Roman sacrifice of a pig, a ram, and a bull to Mars, the god of war to…

"It is a large animal, measuring six feet in length, and is of a uniform brown color. It inhabits the forests, always in the neighborhood of water, in which is delights to bathe, frwquently rolling in the mud like a pig." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Tapir

"It is a large animal, measuring six feet in length, and is of a uniform brown color. It inhabits the…

"More than to eat, the hog does not aspire; / To get and cram his food, he looks no higher, / Like men who only live to eat and drink, / Of Him who feeds us all they never think: / They heed not, they love not Him who dwells on high. / Like brutes they live, like brutish beasts they die - / The source of life, of hope, and heavenly love, / They care not for, they never look above."—Barber, 1857

The Hog Never Looks Higher than His Head

"More than to eat, the hog does not aspire; / To get and cram his food, he looks no higher, / Like men…

Two men and a pig

Two men

Two men and a pig

Black vulture (or carrion crow), genus <em>Coragyps</em>, about the size of a small turkey. This group is feeding on a fallen pig.

Black Vulture

Black vulture (or carrion crow), genus Coragyps, about the size of a small turkey. This group…

Singular warfare of the American Indians. Caption below illustration: "I no longer hesitated; I took my aim; discharged ,y piece; and the animal was instantly stretched before me with a groan, which I conceived to be that of a human creature. I went up to it, and judge my astonishment when I found I had killed an Indian."

American Indians Warfare

Singular warfare of the American Indians. Caption below illustration: "I no longer hesitated; I took…

"The wind has blown the gate quite open wide; / To shut it, no one will step aside: / 'I have no business with another's gate,' / So thus the selfish man will surely prate: / An open gate, the cattle soon find out, / And trample in with hogs who root about; / A motley drove now wander o'er the ground, / And desolation, is seen around."—Barber, 1857

What is Everybody's Business is Nobody's Business

"The wind has blown the gate quite open wide; / To shut it, no one will step aside: / 'I have no business…

An illustration of the big bad wolf in front of a pig's hay hut.

Wolf in Front of Hay Hut

An illustration of the big bad wolf in front of a pig's hay hut.