The cute little Berkshire weaner pigs we got last August are now full-grown eating machines. They've had a steady diet of grain, hay, mangels and, of course, table scraps for the last six months, and now are somewhere in the 200-225 pound range. Ryan and I have both commented on how different they are from the other pigs we've raised, both in appearance and disposition. We've had pigs that leave huge craters in the ground and general destruction in their wake, but these Berkshires are much more sedate, if that word can be applied to pigs. They seem content to wander around the barnyard without tearing up fences or gates, and hardly ever dig more than a couple of inches deep while rooting.