Today, the Camper estate is home to 5 sows, 1 boar and 50 fattening pigs, all free-range and all of the "porc negre Mallorquí" (Mallorcan black pig) variety.
Every morning the pigs receive their ration of barley and peas. Later they graze freely beneath the fig, almond and carob trees, nibbling on naturally-growing grass or sampling the planted crops of barley, oats, peas and clover.
They're always on the move; they get as much exercise as they want, and more.
They sleep between 8 and 9 hours wherever they want.
They love the good life, contact with humans, and peace and quiet. The suckling pigs are very lively and can be seen racing around wildly just a few days after being born.
Rooting in the soil, sniffing about, moving branches, gnawing on almonds... In the summer they cool off by staying in the shade (preferably under a fig tree) and wallowing in a small pool (called a "volcador" in Mallorcan) created especially for them.