We moved the pigs to the turkey pen. It was much easier than I expected. We stretched a piece of wire fencing between the pig pen and the turkey pen gate. Then we stood on the other side of the pig pen gate holding crazy carpets. The pigs took more convincing to leave their pen than they did to go into the turkey pen once out.
These two pigs are so friendly, good natured and happy I finally understand how people could attached to them. Nothing at all like the mean pigs we've had before.
They're slowly working up the raspberry bushes in the turkey pen now. They've made no attempts to escape, although they did push the fence back a bit in a couple of spots. If they get the turkey pen dug up well before butchering time, I'm a little tempted to move them into the garden next... That might be tempting fate though.