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Belly Draggers Ranch is a non-profit sanctuary dedicated to the rescue of abused, abandoned and neglected potbellied pigs.

Welcome to Belly Draggers Ranch. We are Eva and Ercell Ingram, and we have been rescuing and caring for potbellied pigs for over 16 years. We are located in San Martin, California, on two and a half acres, surrounded by green fields, a seasonal creek and neighbors’ horses. Each of our 19 pigs has his or her own shed, igloo and warm blankets, or straw if they prefer. Some spend part of each day in the house.

We work closely with California Pot Bellied Pig Association (C.P.P.A.) to rescue and place pigs. Their site has a great deal of information about adoption and caring for pot belly pigs. Cheryl Misener works with us and C.P.P.A. to place dozens of pigs, mostly in the Southern California area. She has a wonderful line of bath/fragrance products and a portion of the profits from items purchased from her Posh Pig line are donated to pot belly pig rescue. We love her products and really appreciate all the work she does for the pigs!

We hope you’ll find the following pages interesting and informative if you are a pig owner yourself, or are interested in getting a pig, or if you find you would like to do something to help these wonderful and intelligent animals. Thank you for taking the time to visit our site, and if we can assist you in any way, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Please check out the April, 2013 Newsletter. It is in .pdf format and you will need to download the free version of Adobe Acrobat Reader if you don’t already have it. If you would like a hard copy, just send us your address and we will be happy to mail one to you.

Lynn and Tom Mourgos have a Belly Draggers Ranch facebook account and keep posting new pictures and videos there. Check it out!

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We do not share your personal information with anyone, nor do we purchase address lists from outside sources. Our address list and contacts only include people who have shown an interest in the pigs and in what we do.

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