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    Re: Warmth for piggies?

    So, they live outdoors in the summer and will live in this cabin in the cold months? If I am not mistaken Highley is in the West Midlands. It gets below freezing in the winter and is cold and damp a lot of the time. You describe the cabin as a "summerhouse" which means it is probably not insulated. I don't think even with an electric heater you are going to be able to keep them comfortable.

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    Re: Warmth for piggies?

    We live in Northern California, where it does get cold around this time of year. We have a little space heater in the pig room/bedroom/office that sits in the middle of the room and can be turned on low at night.

    The space heater works pretty well; it does not blow directly on the pigs and since someone is always in there, we can regulate the temperature as needed.

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