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KuneKune piglets Kune Grazing pigs Gilts Boars Breeding Pairs - $100 (WHITEVILLE)

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Update 7/11/24: Breeding pairs have been sold. Just 3 boars remain from this litter.

Kunekune piglets ready for their forever homes. Full blooded not registered. We currently have a litter of 7 with 2 gilts and 5 boars that were born 04/18/24. All are fully weaned, eating feed and corn really well and have been wormed. Feel free to email for more information or more pictures of each piglet we try to respond quickly. $125 per female and $100 per male.

Additional info: Kunekune pigs (pronounced “cooney cooney”) are a smart option for small farms. Kunekune means “fat and round” in the Maori language. KuneKune are tasseled, sweet-tempered, medium-sized pigs. They have short, upturned snouts that discour­age rooting, and they do not challenge fences. Kunekunes are grazing pigs and are able to grow on low inputs, making them an ideal breed during periods of escalating grain prices. Gourmet chefs in Los Angeles have declared Kunekune pork outstanding. Kunekunes are odorless, quiet, and safe for children. This keeps the neighbors happy, and both kids and adults love to visit.

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