Zuzi and I went and visited the Mangalitsa pigs in Woodinville recently. As expected, they've wiped out the grass. It looks like The herdsman put some straw in there to make it less muddy and a bit more attractive:
The picture at the top shows a Mangalitsa eating a carrot. Pigs like carrots a lot. They are good pig treats because pigs like them and can't eat them very fast (unlike cookies). Even though the pigs are clearly being fed all they can eat (I saw some uneaten beets in their pen), they mustered some interest in the carrots.
The pigs have dug a wallow near their feeder. That allows them to cool down, but increases the smell. It smells a lot stronger than it did a week ago. I wish there was some way to capture that in writing.
The Mangalitsa-Berkshire piglets liked the carrots too:
I'm very curious about how they'll taste.
EDIT: I was looking at the comments and I saw that Snakeman took a fabulous photo of a Woodinville Mangalitsa pig. I'm putting it here so that more people will see how cute these pigs are - even when 9-months old: