I have a pig with scurvy, she's a sow about a year old. I just discovered that she had scurvy today (seriously, yesterday she seemed to be eating and drinking) I had ran out of guinea pig food for a couple days, so we had them on rabbit food until we could get more. I guess between the rabbit food and her cage mates stealing her parsley and bell peppers she didn't get enough C. Anyway, I discovered she had scurvy today, she's pretty weak now and isn't hungry. I gave her a "slurry" of the little tiny bit of Mazuri I had left and some parsley and Vitamin C, as well as a pellet from a healthy pig. I managed to get her to eat most of it. Anything else I should do besides give her slurry? I can't go to a vet right now since they're all closed, but what should I do for tonight besides what I've done already?
My point is, since scurvy is so rare in caring households, i think you should consider other health probloms of your piggie. For now, a sprig of parsley, a piece of sweet pepper should be enough. Get her to a vet as soon, as you can.