Guinea Hogs

Guinea hogs are small pigs compared to modern breeds; they weigh less than 200 pounds and will yield 50 to 100 pounds of meat and fat. They are good as free-range foragers but are also at home in a farmyard and are easy-going and friendly temperaments.

Tammy Swinette & Pork Chop Penelope

KuneKune Pigs

Pronounced "CooneyCooney"  The kunekune is believed to have descended from an Asian domestic breed introduced to New Zealand in the early 19th century by whalers or traders. They differ markedly from the feral pig.  The word kunekune means "fat and round".  The kunekune is friendly and love human company. They are easy to train and very intelligent.

Please meet:  Kevin Bacon; Strawberry Shortcake; and Hazelnut!