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.

Our kunekune line-up is: Hazelnut, Ginger Snap, and Chopper.

CHOPPER  (Boar)

 

Welcome Pork Chop "CHOPPER" to our farm.  He will be the sire to future kunekune litters!  He has stolen my heart!  I love this boy!  He is sweet as can be.  He loved to be held and will come sit in my lap when he wants some scratches.  

Ginger Snap (Gilt)

 

Ginger Snap is our adorable gilt.  She is a spit fire, adorable, and very food motivated.  She definitely lets us know when it is feeding time and does NOT want to share with Chopper!

Hazelnut  (Gilt)

 

Hazelnut is an original staple of kunekune at our farm.  She is a little overweight - as we call it, fluffy!  It seems she can't do anything quickly...until it is feeding time!  She then dashes to her dish.  Crazy lady!