Metal stakes are placed where pigs have tried to root and get under the fence around the prison dining hall.
Guards say they see pigs on the premises every single day, but usually either in the morning or evening hours.
Fresh pig racks were evident along the road across from the administration building.
Fences around the compund help to keep the pigs away from most of the areas where prisoners congregate
But the pigs are attracted to the produce growing in the prison farm where some ten thousand pounds of vegetables and fruits are grown each week.
Access to the free food is a problem.
Across from the fields are the prison's sewage treatment ponds which are an attractive nuisance to hot and hungry hogs.
"They like the water. They like the water hyacinths. They like to eat the the roots and tender so its another attraction and then come up here and get tamer and tamer and then they actually come inside," Harington said.
Part of the problem is that the pigs often attract hunters with guns.
The firearms are not part of a mix prison officials care to have anywhere near the prison.