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Kunekune Hogs / pasted from Wikipedia sources:

The kunekune /ku-ne-ku-ne/ is a small breed of domestic pig from New Zealand. Kunekune are hairy with a rotund build, and may bear wattles (or piri piri) hanging from their lower jaws. Their colour ranges from black and white, to ginger, cream, gold-tip, black, brown and tricoloured. They have a docile, friendly nature, and are now often kept as pets.

The breed 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 of European origin known in New Zealand as a "Captain Cooker". The native M?ori people of New Zealand adopted kunekune: the word kunekune means "fat and round" in the M?ori language.

By the 1980s, only an estimated 50 purebred kunekune remained. Michael Willis and John Simister, wildlife-park owners, started a breeding recovery program, which in turn encouraged other recovery efforts. As of 2010, the breed no longer faces extinction, with breed societies in both New Zealand and the United Kingdom. In 1993, two were imported into the United States from the UK.

The kunekune is covered in hair which can be long or short, and straight or curly. Hair colours include black, brown, ginger, gold, cream, and spotted combinations. It has a medium to short snout, that is black and either semilopped or pricked ears. It has a short, round body with short legs and may have two tassels (called piri piri) under its chin. The kunekune stands about 60 cm (24 in) tall. An adult kunekune can weigh between 130 and 400 lbs.

Kunekune are very easy to manage, as they have the ability to live on little more than grass. They are the only true grazing pig, and can be maintained with grass alone without supplementary feeding. An acre of grass can sustain as many as 5 kunekune.






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    Avery Farm
    2993 County Rd 67
    Hartford, AL 36344
    Phone: 334-588-0919

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We are located on a family farm in southeast Alabama. We do not ship our animals as we are a driving distance of 4+ hours from the airports in Atlanta and Birmingham. On site pick up at time of weaning only.



-Geo. Lewis Avery † 2012


AVERY FARM - Highnote, AL
AKKPS Kunekune Piglets - For Sale: $300 ↓ ↓ ↓

WE currently have THREE registered Kunekune boar pigs available for sale from our Te Whangi X Rona litter (COI of 3.6%). Piglets born 9/25/2018. Their parents are KANE and DARLA. Priced at $300 each; comes with AKKPS registration and microchip. Our next litter is expected in February.