Ross Mill Farm

Ross Mill Farm is a multi-service facility dedicated to the potbellied pig as a household companion pet. Recognized nationally for its training and development programs, the Farm’s techniques, services, and products have become the standard for quality and excellence in the care of this unique breed type.

Ross Mill Farm works hand-in-hand with Pig Placement Network, a registered 501c-3 charity. PPN works with animal shelters, humane societies, and pet pig caretakers to rescue and help place unwanted, abused, or abandoned pet pigs into new, loving homes. Pig Placement Network’s mission is to educate current and potential pet pig owners, veterinarians, shelters, and the general public on understanding what it takes to successfully and safely care for and provide for the potbelly pig as a pet. Ross Mill Farm is the largest foster home for PPN pigs seeking their forever homes.

The Farm, originally established in 1740, is nestled in the rolling hills of Bucks Country, Pennsylvania, one hour north of Philadelphia. Situated on 30 acres of pristine woods and streams, the historic fieldstone buildings and grounds, along with the Lodge… our main boarding facility… have been carefully modified to provide the perfect environment for the care of pet pigs.

Ross Mill Farm is a place like no other. The road into work is wooded on one side and parallels the meandering Neshaminy Creek on the other. Keep your eye out for a Great Blue Heron on your way in. When you arrive on the farm, it’s peaceful and serene, perhaps even magical, any time of year. 

Sep 16, 2022
Full time
Ross Mill Farm 2464 Walton Road, Jamison, PA, USA
Ross Mill Farm is looking for a capable, reliable Maintenance person that loves animals, and wants greater purpose in life. Ross Mill is the primary foster home for Pig Placement Network, a non-profit organization that services the rehoming of companion pigs and provides boarding, grooming, and veterinary services. The new team member will work directly with the Farm Manager & Owner. Responsibilities include feeding and watering the pigs, pen maintenance, fence & building repairs, and some grounds keeping, Individual needs to have an aptitude for maintaining & operating farm equipment. The new team member will be mature, be on time (hours are from 8:30 to 4:30), and be willing to work weekend days and holidays as needed. The new team member should live within 15 miles of the farm in Jamison, PA. The ideal candidate would have a love for these little oinkers, enthusiasm, and a passion for the wonderful work we do to help pigs in need.