The study included, faecal samples from 68 pigs belong to semi-intensive system farming. No anthelmintic treatment were given in these farms and samples were collected for the identification of certain parasitic eggs/ova i.e., Ascaris lumbricoides, Trichiuris trichiura, Strongyloides and Cryptosporidium. Epidemiological parameters such as population density of the farm, and system of housing and managemental practices were recorded using a standard format and analysed. Samples were then subjected to iodine/saline preparation, acid decolourisation, zinc floatation and NaOH concentration techniques for detection of any such eggs/ova. Thirty-eight samples were found positive for different ova. Overall prevalence of gastrointestinal parasites recorded among 68 pigs from different farm was 55.88%. A prevalence rate of 42.11% was recorded for Ascaris suum and 21.1% prevalence was recorded for cryptosporidium. Results were tabulated and discussed.