Sales information

We understand that purchasing new stock can be a stressful time, so we have created this page to outline the process and in turn streamline your experience. Before making your purchase, please read through our sales information. Please reach out if you have any questions.

Your satisfaction is our priority

Everyone has their own unique preferences when it comes to the breeding stock selection process. While each producer is different, we work diligently to cater to each program's desires. Breeding stock leaving Puget Sound Pastures are backed by our PSP Guarantee.


Placing a deposit

A $500 non-refundable/non-transferable deposit is required to reserve any animal. Payments can be made via Paypal ( - friends & family only please, Venmo (@Mitchell-Eastwood), or cash. Checks are NOT accepted.


Arranging transport

Transport/hauling is responsibility of the buyer. While we would be happy to make recommendations, it is ultimately your responsibility to arrange hauling. A boarding/maintenance charge will be incurred beginning 30 days after the purchase date, or date the animal is ready for shipment unless otherwise agreed upon between the buyer and seller.

Our recommendation list includes, but it not limited to:

- Blarney Heights Farm Transport

- 5 Star Livestock

- Goat Tote'n Granny

- Lippert Family Farm


Health Certificate

ALL animals crossing state lines are required to have a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI). The buyer is responsible for all associated costs, including bloodwork and/or testing if required. Under normal circumstances, a CVI is typically priced at $100.


Welcome to the PSP Family!

We appreciate your trust in PSP as your source for Seedstock! As always, we are here to support your operation & and pork producing goals. Feel free to reach out with any questions!

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The PSP Guarantee

Puget Sound Pastures guarantees that all animals are healthy and in good condition at the time of sale. All animals sold as breeding stock are guaranteed against proven congenital defects, and to produce by the end of their third year under typical herd conditions. Please contact us with any further questions regarding our guarantee.