A happy ending!
Other pigs have to be separated (see *new* Boar Separation pages)
You should consider this option is if you adopted a lovely deserving single boar from a rescue. (And well done to you if you do. As it is these pigs that spend the longest periods waiting for a loving home). Or if you have had to separate boars who have injured each other and can no longer live together. Please do not breed or buy a single boar to keep alone! And never keep a single boar outside. This is a lonely life!
Even though some boars just won't accept another pig you can still provide piggy company to keep your little fellow happy & amused while you are out. Guinea pigs are much happier when they can at least see, hear or smell other pigs. Getting another single boar, or a pair of boars to live in a cage adjacent to your single boar is the perfect solution. Perhaps you could adopt a lonely boar to live in a SECURE cage next to sows you already have. See the bottom of our Boars with Sows page for details. They can interact through the bars, even snuggle up but not cause injury to one another. There are a number of housing solutions to help with this scenario.
Please read Prince & Spam's story on the our boys page to learn how living side by side led to Prince & Spam becoming firm friends & living together in the same page despite all odds (Prince was an ex-breeding pig aged 17 months & Spam was a 2.5 year old pig!