1) Separating sows and boars.
2) Separating baby boars from nursing mums once they reach the age of fertility.
3) Separating boars from boars.
4) Separating new piggies from current piggies as a transitional means to get them to living together.
This is great for working with litters. This is great for allowing adult piggies to "visit" without physical contact. I find that my boars like to sniff at each other and hang out by the shared dividing grids... yet two of them can not/will not actually live together. So I have 2 boars in one cage, then 2 boars in another cage (both cages are actually 2 XLs together)... with a Wall of Silence (coroplast removed) in between. I am trying to see if I can slowly integrate them to live together but in the meanwhile, they get to visit! ;)
Also used for all of the above mentioned situations too! ;)
This is SUCH a brilliant idea, again, only thought of by the store owners at Cavy Cages!! :D