The Large Black pig is native to Cornwall, Devon, and Somerset in southwestern England. Originally known as the Lop Eared Black, the breed was selected for large size and efficiency of production on pasture and other forages. The Large Black gained popularity rapidly during the last half of the 1800s, and it was one of the most numerous of the English pig breeds in 1900. A breed association was formed in 1898.
Buntes Bentheimer Schwein
hereford hog sow + piglets
Kune Kune pig with a curly coat
Saddleback Sow and Piglets
Mudflat pigs, a small pig farm. They hold a friendly sustainable pigs.