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KuneKune piglets (Woodburn)

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KuneKune pigs are a wonderful breed to consider for your farm or homestead. They have been a great fit for our farm and needs. We are able to manage and move them easily. They are very food motivated and can be moved by shaking a pail of feed. They are docile and easy going and we feel comfortable having them around younger family members. The sows have shared their piglets. All get along great and they enjoy belly rubs and ear scratches and are very good mothers. They are considered pasture pigs, stay smaller and do less damage rooting than traditional meat pigs.

We have many piglets looking for new homes. We have several options: registerable purebred piglets from dual-registered parents; piglets from an unregistered purebred sow; and a KuneKune mixed liter. All are from dual-registered boars. We are offering nice-quality purebred boars and gilts for breeding purposes, barrows for companion pigs and piglets for pets or to grow out for meat. KuneKune meat is some of the best-tasting pork available.

The boars include Hendrix (AKKPS #29687) and Bocephus (AKKPS #42841). Information on the sows is available on request.

We are taking deposits to hold your new additions until weaning. First liters will be available in early June. Message for more information and pricing.

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